By Tina Howe
Directed by Richard Corley
Rembrandt's Gift is a romantic and whimsical journey of discovery. Written by Tina Howe, multiple Tony and Pulitzer-nominated author of Painting Churches and Pride's Crossing, Rembrandt's Gift takes us deep into the world of Walter and Polly, two present-day?ging and self-obsessed artists who get a surprise visit from Rembrandt Van Rijn. The humorous clash of contemporary and classic worlds prompts a self-awakening that will leave audiences refreshed and renewed. Rembrandt's Gift, which was originally presented in the 2002 Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville, has been extensively revised for Madison Repertory Theatre. It is the mainstage feature of our third annual Madison New Play Festival, and will be presented in Promenade Hall in the Overture Center for the Arts.
Produced by Madison Repertory Theatre at Promenade Hall in the Overture Center for the Arts
Performances: September 9 - October 2, 2005 at Wednesdays through Sundays
Ticket Prices $36-$44
Call (608) 258-4141 for reservations or more information.