When: Sun., April 9, 7:30-8:30 p.m. 2017
Samuel Beckett’s Molloy wasn’t written for the stage, but that hasn’t stopped the theater company Gare St Lazare Ireland from sharing it with audiences around the world. For 20 years, the group has taken the Nobel Prize-winning author’s avant-garde prose on the road, performing his non-theater works in more than 80 cities in 25 countries. Actor Conor Lovett returns to the Vermont Coffee Company Playhouse with an adaptation of the first installment in Beckett’s trilogy of novels. Directed by his wife, Judy Lovett, Conor embodies the title character, a vagrant prone to inner monologue who recounts the journey that led him to his bedridden state.
Price: Free; preregister.