Forget everything you think you know about Shylock; this world premiere fills the gaps in Shakespeare's tale and exposes the realities of Jewish history. Mantell's fresh and time-bending story is rich with humor and heartbreak while bridging the 16th century with today and beyond. What do we lose or gain by leaving our own culture? And what sacrifices does love demand of fathers and daughters, lovers and friends? Everything That Never Happened is a play about disguise, assimilation, pomegranates, and everything Shakespeare left out.
- Thu, Oct 11: Public Discourse Night - All tickets come with one free drink token to use at T'Boyle's Tavern after the performance.
- Sat, Oct 13, 2pm: $5 Community Matinee
- Sun, Sep 16, 2pm: Free reading of The Merchant of Venice, with a post-show discussion about the politics and prejudices that play generates (FREE, but RSVP Herecall_made.)
- Thu, Sep 20, 7pm: A discussion with playwright Sarah B. Mantell
- Sun, Oct 7: Post-Show on playwriting with Sarah B. Mantell
- Fri, Oct 19: Post-Show on Acting
- Sun, Oct 21, 1:15pm: Pre-Show on Theme: Assimilation and InterFaith Marriage with Rabbi Keara Stein
- Thu, Oct 25: Post-Show on Acting
- Sun, Oct 28: Post-Show on Design
- Fri, Nov 2: Post-Show on Directing