Part séance, part theatrical eulogy, and part eerie karaoke show. -- Village Voice
Tennis balls fly as four actors grapple with random bursts of calisthenics and a relentless rush of words streaming from their headphones. Daniel Fish’s fresh, funny, and ultimately moving tribute to David Foster Wallace, one of the most radical and entertaining American writers of recent times, draws exclusively from his writings and recordings, all mixed live during the performance. Based on Wallace’s works from A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again, Consider the Lobster, and Brief Interviews with Hideous Men.
Get More Out There
Don’t miss your chance to talk with the artists and each other. The Balcony Bar is open one hour before and after all shows.
Meet the artists at a postshow reception in the Balcony Bar.
Stay after the show for a Q&A with the artists.
In the evening, join a postshow SpeakEasy conversation, led by local artists and tour guides.
Save with an Out There Series Package
Ticket package includes all four Out There shows: $75 ($65 Walker members). Purchase a series package online, visit the Walker box office, or call 612.375.7600.