PUBLISHED: 4:18 PM on Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Has anyone ever asked you, "What do you do?" Adam Bock's sharp comedy, "The Typographer's Dream," asks "If you are what you do, what happens if you hate your job?" Three professionals begin to define their relationships with their jobs, themselves, and each other. Dave, the stenographer, has difficulty using the pronoun "I." Annalise, the geographer, doesn't believe in boundaries on a map or with her friends. Margaret, the typographer, struggles to find herself in the space between the letters as she learns "If you want to change the world, change the way the story of the world is told." The show features Kathleen Harper, Sue Wilder and David Charles Goyette and is directed by Jesse Young.
Admission is pay-as-you-can at the door with shows running at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, May 17-20, at Perseverance Theatre Second Stage. For information, call 364-2421.