“There’s something wrong with my brain. Too bad or too good, I don’t know. Certainly not what it ought to be.” ~ Dr. Glas (Joseph Lavy) | Photo: Joe Patrick Kane
… we are keeping it in repertory!
Expect to see announcements about periodic new performance offerings of this “intimate… resonant… dangerously riveting” work starting this fall.
If you weren’t able to get a seat for our world-premiere run of The Glas Nocturne, which ends June 7 after playing to full houses with an extension, there are two ways you still can see the piece:
- Sign up for our waitlist. We’ll send you a notification the next time we schedule a date to offer a performance.
- Pull together a group of ten and request a private showing. We’ll work with you to schedule a mutually agreeable date!
Just click on the Request Invitation button here or use the form on the production page.
“Poets say the moon is passionate and desirous. Others see an ethical-religious meaning in moonlight. Youth sees the moon as a promise of all those tremendous things which await it; The old find a memento that the promise was never kept, a reminder of all that broke and went to pieces. And what is moonlight?” | Joseph Lavy as Dr. Glas | Photo: Joe Patrick Kane
Although we restricted marketing for The Glas Nocturne to social media and word-of-mouth, word has gotten out quite well. So well, in fact, that we are extending our run by a full week beyond our initial expectation!
If you haven’t yet gotten a seat, we have just 30 available between now and June 7.
Check out some of what’s being said about this truly remarkable performance!
Just 30 seats remain through June 7, so act quickly to get your invitation!
“He sits motionless, looking out over the water, smoking a very long, slender cigar. A most handsome man.” | APL Co-Artistic Director Joseph Lavy is Dr. Glas | Photo: Joe Patrick Kane
“He sits motionless, looking out over the water, smoking a very long, slender cigar. A most handsome man.” |
The Glas Nocturne opens today!
A breathtaking journey. Pure, simple, uncompromising artistry.
We are so proud of this piece and hope all our friends who can will come out to see it.
All performances are offered as PWYC donation.
Request an invitation here.
Join the conversation:
“I wasn’t planning a suicide, but a wise man should always be prepared.” | Joseph Lavy is Dr. Glas | Photo: Joe Patrick Kane
Is it ever justifiable to take the life of another human being? Under what circumstances?
The Glas Nocturne asks this and other challenging questions without leading us to any easy answers.
In preparation for their attendance at APL’s latest world-premiere, we asked our audience to share their thoughts about these questions. From now through the end of the run, we will share their responses with you.
Join the conversation at #WouldYouDoIt? on Facebook or Twitter — or follow Would You Do It? on Storify.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on the subject, too!