About this event:
Sex. Drugs. Violence. Memory. GAUCHO is one of English playwright Doug Lucie’s most acerbic and illuminating plays. Come hear the work of a playwright who was a key transitional figure between the UK political drama of the 1970s and the In-yer-face playwrights of the next generation.
This reading of Lucie’s 1994 play Gaucho is intended to re-acquaint U.S. audiences with his work. Gaucho is focused on the war on drugs, but touches deeply on questions of personal morality, public liberties and the persistence and distorting power of memory.
This reading is free to the public.
Produced by: Doctor Wu Productions
Corner Store Arts
900 S Carolina Ave SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Reading starts at 7:30 pm.
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