Enjoy a comedy of errors in 'Young Marx'
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Broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre, London, "Young Marx" paints a comedic portrait of a broke and restless revolutionary, hiding out on the streets of London in 1850. Marx is brilliant, frustrated and completely out of his depth as creditors, spies and rival revolutionary factions circle like vultures.
Rory Kinnear ("The Threepenny Opera," "Penny Dreadful") and Oliver Chris ("Twelfth Night," "Green Wing") star in this new play by the creative team behind the Broadway and West End hit, "One Man, Two Guvnors."
Presented by the Lucas Theatre for the Arts, this screening is part of National Theatre Live, a chance for audiences all over the world to see the best of British theater at their local cinemas.
Tickets are free for SCAD Card holders; $5 for non-SCAD students and children 15 and under; $10 for military and seniors; and $15 for the general public.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit lucastheatre.com.