“Between Time and Timbuktu” (Colorado Springs)


Between Time and Timbuktu – A Compilation of Plays by Kurt Vonnegut
http://www.theatredart.org * April 2 – 18th, 2010 * Osborne Theater * UCCS University Hall * 3955 Cragwood Drive * Colorado Springs, Colorado * 719-264-9476 * $10 general * $5 students * Free for UCCS Students *

A fabulous theater production of the Kurt Vonnegut series of plays called “Between Time and Timbuktu” is a very small audienced packed theater on the UCCS campus. It starts out with young Stony Stevenson winning hilarious “Blast Off” energy drink poetry contest whose prize rockets him into space and time travel. He boards the Prometheus-5 while his mother stands by excited for her stoned son … who takes a bizarre journey through time embracing Kurt Vonnegut’s notable plays such as the “cat’s cradle”, “Player Piano”, “Welcome to the Monkey House”, “The Sirens of Titan”, “Happy Birthday Wanda June” and “Harrison Bergeron”. Excellently done with a professional and fun-loving staff. The performers were beyond amazing in this production as was those weaving the works with lighting, costumes, set design, and imagery. Merging together in-your-face acting that can literally trip over your leg or splash water from a syringe into your face, with a back drop of a humongous gallery of televisions, Theatre ‘d Art is the best stage for this production. I had quite a few friends part of this production – well done! well done! A must see! Unfortunately my review was delayed by life so tonight is your last chance to see this amazing show … Go if you can get in! Tickets can be reserved by calling the theater. Rating: 5 stars out of 5.

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