War Times at Purple Rose

. June 1, 2015.

Guy Sanville directs Michael Brian Ogden’s latest, 2AZ, a post-apocalyptic scenario that asks questions about the nature of humanity. The play takes place in a war-town setting where security and accessibility to basic needs such as water are a thing of the past. Will a new sense of hope be invigorated when faced with our demise, or will desperation pit man against man in a road to ruin?

June 11 through August 29. Times found online. $15-$42. Purple Rose Theatre, 137 Park St., Chelsea. 734-433-7673. purplerosetheatre.org 

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