By Sean McGrath
08 Apr 1998
|Photo by Photo by Andrew Stern|
Can't get a seat to Broadway's Chairs? Well, take a trip downtown to The Piano Store, where Amsterdam's Vagabond Productions revives their own critically acclaimed production of Ionesco's absurdist comedy, April 11- May 11.
After a successful stint at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Vagabond moved their Chairs to Off-Off Broadway's Piano Store for a sold out run. Because of scheduling conflicts, they then moved the show to the Currican Theatre. Now after continual success, Vagabond's Chairs will return to The Piano Store for a month long run.
Ionesco's 1952 absurdist comedy follows two people living alone on an island. The Old Man wants to make a speech to all mankind about the meaning of life -- but do they have enough chairs for their invisible guests.
Vagabond's Chairs is playing at The Piano Store, April 11-May 11. For tickets and more information call (212) 591-2367.