Sept 15 - Oct 21, 2018
David Cale is "a spellbinding storyteller." – Los Angeles Times
Playwright & Performer David Cale | Season Preview
A musical memoir of hope, family and transcendence.
Growing up in an industrial English town, writer/performer David Cale escaped his parents’ fraught marriage by singing in his bedroom and tending to birds in the animal hospital he built in a garden shed—until a tragedy changed everything. Lushly arranged songs and an intimate portrait of his mother—a charismatic woman trapped by her circumstances—unite in Cale’s vivid testament of connecting to life when adversity is suddenly everywhere. With his “singular fusion of theater and performance art” (Chicago Tribune), Cale makes “reality and fantasy dissolve into stories as memorable as one's most vivid dreams” (The New York Times).
Discounted tickets for groups of 10+ available now! Call 312.443.3820 or email Groups@GoodmanTheatre.org for more information.
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David Cale (Floyd), Faryl Millet (Clea), Malcom Ruhl (musician), Dylan Schiavone (musician) and Jon Spiegel (musician) in 2005’s “Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky,” directed by Michael Wilson. Photo by Liz Lauren.
David Cale (Lillian) in 1997’s “Lillian,” directed by Joe Mantello. Photo by Liz Lauren.
David Cale in 1991’s “Deep Dream of You,” directed by David Petrarca. Photo by Erik Y. Exit.
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Touch Tour and Audio-Described Performance
Saturday, October 13, 2018 | 12:30pm Touch Tour, 2pm Performance
American Sign Language Interpreted Performance: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 7:30pm
Open Captioned Performance: Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 2pm