Last Chance: Present Company Rides Off Via C.J. Hopkins' Horse Country, Feb. 13

News   Last Chance: Present Company Rides Off Via C.J. Hopkins' Horse Country, Feb. 13
 
The Present Company will conclude its production of C. J. Hopkins' play Horse Country at its brand new Theatorium on New York's Lower East Side, on Feb. 13. The two-character work directed by John Clancy began on Jan. 21.

The Present Company will conclude its production of C. J. Hopkins' play Horse Country at its brand new Theatorium on New York's Lower East Side, on Feb. 13. The two-character work directed by John Clancy began on Jan. 21.

Horse Country focuses on the vaudevillian duo of Bob and Sam. Their comedy schtick takes the audience on a journey into the world of contemporary American culture. Hopkins promises to deliver "a radical interrogation of our ideas and perceptions of society, morals, power, meaning and, ultimately, reality itself" -- a tall order, to be sure.

The Present Company has previously presented Hopkins' Texas Radio . His other works include The Position and screwmachine/eyecandy. Starring in Horse Country are Dan Berkey and Frederick Backus. Clancy recently directed Brian Parks' Americana Absurdum at the Theatorium.

For more information, call (212) 420-8877.

-- By Robert Simonson

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