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Cabbages and Kings Theatre Co. Presents
PORTRAIT AND A DREAM
By Jacob Marx Rice
Directed by Katie Lupica

Monday 8/15 @ 9 PM 
Friday 8/19 @ 4 PM 
Sunday 8/21 @ Noon 
Thursday 8/25 @ 7 PM 
Saturday 8/27 @ 5 PM 

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Part of The New York International Fringe Festival, FringeNYC: A Production of The Present Company


WHAT IS PORTRAIT AND A DREAM?
At once hilarious and heartbreaking, Portrait and a Dream, rebounds across time and memory, coalescing into a powerful and intensely personal depiction of love, loss and human tragedy. Nick’s life is perfect. He loves his job, his girlfriend, their new apartment. But Nick makes a mistake. Then another, and another, until all that is left is the shattered remnants. Tormented by regrets and clutching the tattered memories of an irretrievable past, he discovers that life is easy when you’re happy, but when you’re miserable… well, that’s when things get interesting.


WHAT IS CABBAGES AND KINGS?
We are. Named for its dedication to the serious and the silly, Cabbages and Kings Theatre Company blends high and low art into a single, vibrant dramatic force that speaks to our world, present and future. We welcome audiences into our world, inviting all to explore the fundamental challenges—and pleasures—of being human.

WHAT IS FRINGE NYC?
FringeNYC, also known as the New York International Fringe Festival, “is the largest multi-arts festival in North America, with more than 200 companies from all over the world performing for 16 days in more than 20 venues.” Dedicated to showcasing the work of innovative artists, especially theater artists, Fringe is the place to go for exciting, edgy and often anarchic theater. Needless to say, that makes it the perfect home for Portrait and a Dream.


WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE? 
Like us on facebook, follow us on twitter (@PortraitFringe) or check out our official posting on the Fringe website. You can also email us portraitandadream@gmail.com if you have questions.

For Information / Tickets visit:
www.FringeNYC.org
or call 866-468-7619