“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” presented by the OnStagers
8:00pm EST November 9, 2012
Rogers Center for the Arts
“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” explores human identity and how we connect in the digital age.
A play in which a cell phone is guaranteed to ring during the performance!
Written by Sarah Ruhl and directed by Kathleen Sills, “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” is a quirky, thoughtful comedy tinged with magical realism.
When the man at the next table refuses to answer his call phone, Jean discovers he is dead. Taking the phone, she becomes his self-appointed secretary and sets out to heal the rifts in his family - but on the way, finds that the real transformation may be within herself.
General Admission Tickets: $10
Student and Employees: $5