Hitting the Classic Stage is Dance of Death - a play ahead of its time in its examination of marriage and the social institutions governing it. Retired military man Edgar and his wife Alice have given up on any semblance of civility toward each other on the threshold of their 25th wedding anniversary. Due to their isolation, however, they are as codependent as they are hateful.
Dance of Death is by August Strindberg, in a version by Conor McPherson and directed by Victoria Clark.
Running Time: 110 mins, no intermission.
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