Why are we here? Is anyone up there, in control? And what happens at the end of it all? These existential questions and more are explored in Woody Allen's hilarious philosophical comedies, God and Death.
In God, Greek thespians Hepatitis and Diabetes struggle to craft an ending for their play in time for the Athens drama festival. Realizing their lives are a play within a play, things spiral out of control until God makes an unanticipated entrance. Death is the story of Kleinman, a man conscripted by a vigilante mob to help find a murderer. Wandering the nighttime city streets with no understanding of the mob's plan, Kleinman eventually realizes the killer may be closer than he thinks.
The production is produced in association with The Jung Center of Houston.
Houston Ballet Center for Dance
601 Preston St.
Houston, TX 77002
$30 general admission; $25 seniors/students; $15 day of show rush tickets available for students and performing arts industry professionals
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