Set in Paris, this Tony Award-winning play focuses on the meaning of art and the meaning of friendship. The art in question is a solid white painting, and the friendships put to the test are between the man who bought the painting and his two friends who come to see it. This comedic play features a battle of wits and words between the trio of friends as they grapple with age-old questions about art, relationships, and themselves.
Written by Yasmina Reza and directed by Roy Steinberg.
This show is presented by Cape May Stage in the Robert Shackleton Playhouse at 405 Lafayette Street in historic downtown Cape May, NJ. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show time. If special assistance or accessible seating is needed, please call 609-770-8311 after purchasing your tickets.
(90 minutes with no intermission.)