Friday, September 19, 2014
An innovative Ludlow, 1914 opens at TheatreWorks
In tribute to the 100th anniversary of the Ludlow Massacre, TheatreWorks and Denver's LIDA Project have created Ludlow, 1914, a piece of experimental theatre that opened on Thursday, Sept 11 and runs through Sunday, Sept 28.
I saw it last night, and while I can't say it was a success -- I left the theatre knowing not much more about the tragedy than I did going in -- the storytelling style is very innovative, and I recommend that the play be seen by any writer interested in exploring the latest theatrical techniques in their own plays.
To buy tickets, visit the TheatreWorks box office page.
Posted by Todd Wallinger at 11:19 AM
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