The World Premiere of False Solution

The World Premiere of False Solution

FALSE SOLUTION, a world-premiere play about an architect’s struggle to design a Holocaust museum in Poland, written and directed by Oren Safdie, will be presented Off-Broadway at La MaMa (74A East 4th Street) in Manhattan.  The production runs through Sunday, June 30.

FALSE SOLUTION finds Anton Seligman, an established German-Jewish architect, in his studio late at night working on the design for a new Holocaust museum in Poland. His plans for the museum are challenged by Linda Johansson, a striking young intern and a first-year architecture student. Over the course of this intimate evening, Linda confronts Anton’s resolve and throws his vision for the museum into turmoil. The effects of war, religious identity and sexual politics loom large over their electrifying encounter as creative process and personal agendas collide.

FALSE SOLUTION starsSean Haberle and Christy McIntosh.

Performances of FALSE SOLUTION run June 17-June 30 at La MaMa (74a East 4th Street Place, between Bowery & 2nd Avenue in the East Village).

All subsequent performances of FALSE SOLUTION will play Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm, and Sundays at 2:30pm. Tickets are $18 ($13 Seniors/Students.). For tickets call (212) 475-7710 or visit www.lamama.org.

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The World Premiere of False Solution
Event Category: Theatre
When: June 13, 2013 ~ June 30, 2013
Where: La MaMa (74a East 4th Street Place, between Bowery
Cost: $13-18
More Info: http://lamama.org/
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