Texas Tech opens Kushner's 'The Illusion'

Reported by: James Eppler
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Updated: 11/22/2013 2:37 pm

Texas Tech is opening a play this weekend called "The Illusion." It's about a father looking for his lost son and asking help from a sorcerer.
This is a very theatrical production with multiple realities, magic and some surprises. It's adapted from Pierre Corneille's 17th century comedy, "L'illusion Comique." The adapter is Pulitzer Prize-winning and Tony-winning playwright Tony Kushner, who just visited the Texas Tech campus a few weeks ago.
Director Jonathan Marks says they wanted to honor him with this production.

"We wanted to commemorate it - wanted to mark it," he said. "We'd done Kushner plays before - "Angels in America" part one and part two. He's one of the leading playwrights in the world today so the opportunity too make much of him felt appropriate."

Show Info:
"The Illusion"
8p.m. Friday-Saturday
2p.m. Sunday
Charles E. Maedgen Theater
Tickets: 742-3603

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