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Creator/Performer Geoff Sobelle with audience members in "The Object Lesson" at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.

Photo by Craig Schwartz

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The Object Lesson

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Sep 4 – Oct 4, 2015

#ObjectLesson
Kirk Douglas Theatre
Off Sale

The Object Lesson

Off Sale

With boxes stacked to the ceiling, actor-illusionist-inventor Geoff Sobelle (all wear bowlers, Elephant Room) returns to the Kirk Douglas Theatre and transforms the space into an epic storage facility of gargantuan proportion. Audiences are free to roam and poke through the clutter in this immersive theatrical installation that unpacks our relationship to everyday objects. Breaking, buying, finding, fixing, giving, losing, winning, trading, selling, stealing, storing, collecting, cluttering, clearing, packing up, passing on, buried under…a world of things.

Hilarious and heartbreaking, The Object Lesson is a meditation on the stuff we cling to and the crap we leave behind.

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Created and Performed by Geoff Sobelle
Directed by David Neumann
Scenic Installation by Steven Dufala


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