ECHOES by N. Richard Nash

A young man and woman build a low-keyed paradise of happiness within an asylum, only to have it shattered by the intrusion of the outside world. The two characters search, at times agonizingly, to determine the difference between illusion and reality. The effort is lightened by moments of shared love and "pretend" games, like decorating christmas trees that are not really there. The theme of love, vulnerable to the surveilances of the asylum and the ministrations of the psychiatrist, a non speaking part, seems as fragile in the constrained setting as it is in the outside world.

"Even with the tragic, somber theme, there is a note of hope and possible release, and the situations presented also have universal applications to give strong effect ... intellectual, but charged with emotion." - Reed

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This production is presented as a part of the 2017 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.

Dates:

July 11, Tuesday, 5:30PM
July 15, Saturday, 9:15PM
July 16, Sunday, 2PM
July 19, Wednesday, 8:45PM
July 21, Friday, 8PM
July 22, Saturday, 7PM

Runtime: 90 minutes

WHERE:

Capital Fringe Festival
Eastman Studio Theatre - Gallaudet University
800 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC