A Desert Fugue
When a nihilist cowboy embarks on a psycho-spiritual journey to rescue his kidnapped fiancé, he finds he must enter a netherworld of gunslingers, fortunetellers, and rodeo clowns in order to save his loved one’s soul. But it may not be her soul after all, that needs saving.
This production contains graphic violence and strong language.
|Stage Directors||Rob Petrie|
|Sound Designers||Dante Benjegerdes, Jacob Prall|
|Stage Manager||Gwyneth Forsythe|
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