“Walter said something would come along
and save us…and here you are.”
A cluttered and claustrophobic apartment in lower Manhattan is caving in on two aging artists. Walter and Polly, self-absorbed and self-obsessed, have lost their crafts. In the process, they’ve also lost their passion for each other. Enter a strange and miraculous visit from another struggling artist: Rembrandt Van Rijn. This odd triumvirate takes us on a romantic and whimsical journey of rediscovery. It’s a comical clash between classic and contemporary. A self-awakening that will leave you recharged, refreshed and renewed.
Rembrandt comes to Madison
September 9–October 2, 2005
A Midwest Premiere
presented in Promenade Hall, Overture Center
For tickets, call (608) 258-4141.
This project is supported by the Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission with additional funds from the Endres Mfg. Company Foundation and the Overture Foundation