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Watters Theater, Fine Arts Building, Binghamton University, Harpur College, State University of New York; Binghamton, New York, United States
A woman is assaulted and her husband killed. Three different contradictory versions of what happened are given at the trial, the bandit's, the wife's, and the husband's (through the mouth of a sorceress). Each version is true in its fashion, and it is apparent at the outset that the play is repeating Pilate's ageless question, What is truth? Despite the seriousness with which each version is reenacted, there is some surprising high comedy. Of its New York opening the critics said, "Alive with scorn, full of laughs "Rashomon" is grand entertainment." "Delicate and dynamic, sensitive and savage, packed with color, suspense and wit. A triumph of stagecraft."
David Black; David Mitnowsky; Mary VanVactor; David Parmet; Paul Klementowicz; Andrew Horowitz; Julia Carr; Laurie Glass; Marisa D'Andrea
Jana Llynn; Phil Atlakson; Donna Harfenist; David John Karns; David Black; Barbara Carroll; Elizabeth Moro; Jerold R. Forsyth; Laura Knochen; Ken Grudens; Rick Grossberg; Mark Cedar; Susan Berch; Paul Palazzo; Natalie Jakolew; Tina Chiu; Irene L. Miranker; Orestes Mihaly; Jeff Goodwin; Debbie Peretz; Stacie Barron; Anna Eason; Barbara Wolfe; Nimi Bestman; Cara Saposnik; Angie Ostacher; Kerri Shelton; Mary VanVactor; Mara Shade; Beth Halpern; Wendy Berman; Barbara Thorich; Eileen Orringer; Paul Cruskie; Earl Schrader; Andrew Horowitz; Dan Spector; Emily Hayden; Kevin Simmons; Richard Shen; Barrie Ladenheim; Joe Kipakas; Adam Speregen; Henry Hoque; Theater 103 Students; Theater 244 Students; Theater 344 Students; Janina Cavin; Vi Bielenberg; Barry Eisenberg; Christa Glassman; Mary Ann Hallacy; Chris Ruigomez; Joan Torrieri; Matthew Wiener
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