What do you do when you learn you are about to die? In the show The New York Times calls “wise, witty and wrenching,” Pulitzer Prize winning author Margaret Edson questions what we value most when our days are numbered. Wit is a forceful and funny piece that examines relationships, compassion and finding the essential balance between science and art, head and heart. With no right or wrong answers, this provocative and profoundly moving play allows each of us to consider how to live, who to live for, and what we value most when there is little time left.
All tickets are Pay-What-You-Can! The means we don't decide the price, you do! Our "sweet spot" would be about $20 per person; if you are on a budget, pay less, and if you are able to pay more, please do!
Donations of new and gently loved children's books will be collected at each performance for local charities.
Appropriate for ages 14+
Mature themes (death and mortality), mild profanity and brief nudity