What You'll Get
In the Olivier Award-winning -- and now Suzi recommended -- tragicomedy Stones in His Pockets by Marie Jones, a big-budget Hollywood film descends upon a small village in Ireland and turns everything upside down. Two down-on-their-luck Irish 30-somethings become extras in the film, and the movie is a wonderful break from worrying about their futures -- until the harsh realities of rural life break through. The play offers a funny, dark and poignant look at the complicated relationship between Tinseltown and its subjects. From locals and extras to foreigners and Hollywood stars, the two leads embody 14 different characters on stage. The show includes an American star who continually bungles an Irish accent, and a crew that strives to capture the "Irish feel," regardless of whether it represents the real Ireland. Arís presents the acclaimed work, which ran for more than three years in London's West End and was nominated for three Tony Awards, at GA Public Broadcasting in Atlanta.
The Fine Print
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