Last Chance To Feel Avner The Eccentric's Gravity In NH, to Feb. 22

News   Last Chance To Feel Avner The Eccentric's Gravity In NH, to Feb. 22
 
He's clowned his way around the globe and now he's finishing a two-week stint at NH's Seacoast Repertory, Feb. 22. He's Avner Eisenberg, aka Avner the Eccentric, who uses props, juggling and magic as part of his mime act.

He's clowned his way around the globe and now he's finishing a two-week stint at NH's Seacoast Repertory, Feb. 22. He's Avner Eisenberg, aka Avner the Eccentric, who uses props, juggling and magic as part of his mime act.

In Exceptions to Gravity, which opened Feb. 5, Eisenberg's character is a janitor caught off-guard by the audience. This leads him to such stunts as balancing a six foot stack of paper cups on his chin, and turning a red napkin into a baby that won't stay on his shoulder.

Said Seacoast Rep artistic director Roy Rogosin in a statement, "If Samuel Beckett wrote a play for the Marx Brothers, it would be an evening with Avner Eisenberg." Rogosin also noted that this was the first time in the company's ten-year history that they imported a production rather than mounting a home-grown show.

For tickets ($17-$20) and information on Exceptions to Gravity at Seacoast Repertory, 125 Bow St., in Portsmouth, call (603) 433-4472.

Seacoast Rep's next show, Fiddler on the Roof, opens March 5. -- By David Lefkowitz

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