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Douglas+ | Kirk Douglas Theatre


January to June, 2011

More shows than ever! Each making theatre in a different, yet thoroughly engaging, way.

This is our biggest season yet, as the Douglas builds momentum as a hub for adventurous theatregoers.

Each season membership includes admission to two  DouglasPlus events!

Jamie Adkins Circus INcognitus | Kirk Douglas Theatre

  January 15, 16, 22 and 23,  2011

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A veteran of both Cirque du Soleil and Montréal’s Cirque  Éloize, Adkins fuses   clowning, juggling, balancing and acrobats into what the New York Times calls   “infinitesimal acts of imperceptible genius.” Circus INcognitus is pure   fun and  wonder – a perfect show for young audiences.

The Author | Kirk Douglas Theatre

By Tim Crouch
February 16 to 27,  2011

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The London Guardian calls it “ a  dazzling theatrical experience that lets nobody off the hook” – including the  audience. Without giving too much away, The Author challenges the conventions of theatre and changes your  perspective as an audience member.

Juan and John | Kirk Douglas Theatre

Created and Performed by Roger Guenveur Smith
Sound and Video by  Marc Anthony Thompson
May 17 to 29,  2011

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The Watts Towers Project was a high point  of Solomania! at the Douglas in 2006. Smith returns with an equally  powerful and poetic work based on the true story of baseball legends Juan  Marichal and John Roseboro and the infamous 1965 day when Marichal turned and  hit Roseboro in the head with his bat.

Funding for DouglasPlus is provided by The James Irvine Foundation’s Artistic Innovation Fund and the  Leading for the Future Initiative, a program of the Nonprofit Finance Fund, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.