The Bard's Town Theatre's 2013 season opens with the 2011 LEO Award-winning play, Chasing Ophelia.
Chasing Ophelia follows the critical development of newly-formed character Ned Mark, who finds love, loses love, and chases after love. In the process, he completely upends the character world around him—and begins to find his purpose.
“brisk, tightly scripted and confident.” – Marty Rosen, LEO Weekly.
Tickets $15 ($12 for students and seniors), and available in advance at thebardstown.com
Performances Feb 21-24, Feb 28 - March 3.
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