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High Noon
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High Noon

Oct 03, 2018 - Oct 27, 2018
PLAYING @
Axis Theater
1 Sheridan Square
New York, NY 10014
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Subway: 1 to Christopher St; A,C,E,F,V to West 4th St.
Show Description:

Director

Randy Sharp

Written By

Adaptation devised by the Axis Ensemble

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Rush
$20 - Students/Seniors
Audience Advisory
Added Performance Mon. Oct. 8 at 8 pm; No Performance Wed Oct. 17.
Age Guidance: 15
Show Notes
No Intermission

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
There is an area to the side where wheel chairs can be seated.
Seating
Seats 99
Elevator\Escalator
None
Curb Ramps
Yes, on the corner
Entrance
Building entrance is street level, and the theatre is located down one flight of stairs.
Box Office
The Box office is in the upper lobby.
Restroom
There is one wheelchair accessible restroom.
Water Fountain
None
Telephone
None
Assisted Listening System
None
Visual Assistance
None
Folding Armrests
None

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

This onstage anxiety dream forces us to reexamine what really is the "right thing," and why an allegedly heroic marshal would find himself alone... 'High Noon' couldn't be timelier as we reexamine political authority and who has the legitimacy to wield it. While the original film presented a black and white tale of duty, Axis admirably paints in shades of gray.” CONTINUE READING THE THEATERMANIA REVIEW
Axis artistic director and founder Randy Sharp transforms a classic American Western into an existential purgatory…'Waiting for Godot' meets Clint Eastwood’s 'High Plains Drifter'…a kind of way station where there are no genuine heroes and everyone has to face their sins, both individually and as a community…(the) finale…(provides) a surprising, subtle twist…in this uncompromising morality tale about mid-twentieth-century America — and today. CONTINUE READING THE THIS WEEK IN NEW YORK REVIEW