ENTERTAINMENT:

Theatre Project Launches Season with "Bonhoeffer"

SOURCE: Theatre Project
South African performer and writer Peter Krummeck will appear in in "Bonhoeffer" at Theatre Project on Sept 29-October 2.

The one-man show is about Christian Theologian Deitrich Bonhoeffer who opposed Hitler and was eventually executed by the Nazis.

Press notices about "Bonhoeffer" include “...pure theatre alchemy” (See Magazine) and “...Krummeck’s performance is flawless” (CBC Manitoba), and “A moving tribute to a man who died for his beliefs, Bonhoeffer’s story cannot be told without South African resonance. In this context, Peter Krummeck’s play comes to us as remarkably sincere and heartfelt...clearly performed with deep conviction, it is a work that should have regular re-runs...a moving tribute to a remarkable individual” (Cape Times.

"Bonhoeffer" runs Sept 29-October 2, Thurs.-Sat. at 8 and Sun. at 3. $16 general admission; $11 for seniors/students. To reserve or purchase tickets by phone, call the Box Office at 410-752-8558 (if you say you saw the notice about the play via email, you may get two tickets for the price of one). To purchase tickets online, visit missiontix.com. Special rates are available for groups of 10 or more. The play is suitable for mature audiences. Visit theatreproject.org for more information. The theater is at 45 West Preston St.

Coming Next at Theatre Project
"Peaches," inspired in part by Nina Simone's "Four Women," tackles the stereotyping of the African American female identity from slavery to the present, alluding to both academic and popular discourse on the topic of “Blackness” in America. The show runs from October 7-9. For more information, visit progresstheatre.com. Showtimes are 8pm Fri/Sat; 3pm Sat., 4pm Sun. Tickets are $20 and are available at progressthreatre.com or 1-877-3-PT-TOUR.


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This story was published on September 26, 2005.