Don’t let the January doldrums get you down. Get out of the house and go see a movie, or a play. Hey, how about seeing both this Sunday at the Rosendale Theatre?
Harold Pinter’s ‘No Man’s Land’ is currently enjoying a revival at London’s National Theatre starring Sirs Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, and the performance will be broadcast live to selected theaters, Rosendale among them. The play follows an evening of serious imbibing by two aging writers, Hirst and Spooner, whose tales of one-upmanship turn revealing in the end. But, really, do you need a synopsis? It’s starring McKellen and Stewart, and that’s all we needed to hear.
Show starts at 3pm and it’s a one-time deal on Sunday, January 29th. Admission for Rosendale Theatre members is $10, $12 for non-members. Visit rosendaletheatre.org for more info. Bottoms up, old chums!