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Interrobang's White Rabbit, Red Rabbit turns improv into a matter of life and death

Every week, a different actor takes the stage to lead the audience through this participatory experience.

Interrobang Theatre Project presents Iranian playwright Nassim
Soleimanpour’s experimental one-person show, in which a different actor is
handed a script he or she hasn’t read and asked to involve the audience in
a drama that may or may not result in the actor’s demise. The setup is simple: an actor, a script, a table with two glasses of water
and a vial of an unknown powder, a chair, and a stepladder.…

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