We are going to bring another fan favorite this week to our theater ‘I and You’. However, I have to warn you that this play is not for the faint-hearted, and I know that this isn’t the last time we are going to present this play.
When does it start?
The show will start around 9 pm and has three 30 minute parts, with 10-minute breaks in between.
What can I expect?
The play revolves around our protagonists Kevin and Linda and their love story. Classical love-story right? Not quite there because there is a twist and our protagonists will face various difficulties that they have to overcome to find true love. But in the end, they will end up together, right? We’ll see about that. Let’s talk about the beginning of it a little
Kevin is an accountant in a large Wall-Street firm and he is a little bit depressed with his current situation, and can’t quite find a purpose in life. One day it hits him, and he decides to take a long break from his job to find purpose in life and travel. One trip leads to another, and he finds himself in Ireland. Ireland is also the place that his ancestors have come from, but Kevin doesn’t think that something of value is in Ireland and doesn’t expect much of this journey.
Linda, on the other hand, is your traditional Irish hot-blooded woman which has spent all her life at her village working at her family’s bar. Linda is also a bit disappointed with her current situation since she feels that she is destined for bigger things, but her Irish pride doesn’t let her explore the world, and she appears to be stuck there with her traditional family.
Our protagonist’s initial meet will happen after a bar fight between Kevin and some villagers, and the story will take off from there. You can expect a lot of plot twists and I have to warn you that your eyes may get a little watery. The emotional roller coaster will continue throughout the whole play but the final part will leave you surprised. Well enough with that since I get pretty much too excited with this and I may ruin the surprise, come to see it for yourself, you won’t be disappointed.
You can buy the tickets at the front desk. Adult tickets cost $15, and students can get in for half the price, as well as teens.