By Lawrence Wright
Directed by Bob Balaban
Suitable for mature audiences.
Set during the filming of the disastrous 1963 movie Cleopatra, Cleo is the story of the scandalous romance of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Their relationship brought condemnation from the Vatican and the US Congress, and it opened the age of paparazzi and tabloid celebrity, ensuring that the names Burton and Taylor would always be associated with the greatest sex scandal in ancient history. Acclaimed director and actor Bob Balaban (Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Gosford Park and multiple films with Christopher Guest including Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show) directs this new play by the Texas-based, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lawrence Wright.
Join us for programs that connect you with other theatre lovers, our artists, and what is on stage in a whole new way:
April 8: $10 Tix
April 8: Captioned Performance
April 8: Audio Described Performance
April 10: Alley In Context with playwright Lawrence Wright and director Bob Balaban
April 12: InterACT
April 14: Artist TalkBack
April 17: Artist TalkBack
April 19: ActOUT
April 29: Alley In Context with playwright Lawrence Wright