One Night With Available Light

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


At the Short North Stage, a sampling of The Vaněk Plays, by dissident Czech writer and statesman Václav Havel, these short works focus on Havel’s theatrical alter ego, Ferdinand. Banned in Czechoslovakia when first written in the 70s, the plays tell the universal tale about the ways we are all susceptible to moral compromise, they way our actions can contribute to the very same problems we protest, in any society, any government.


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