Dead Man's Cell Phone
Jan 11–27, 2019
By Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Scott Ford
In this oddball comedy, a man dies in a small café, but his cell phone will not stop ringing. Jean, the woman at the next table, answers the phone and quickly ends up stuck in the middle of all his troubles, including becoming connected to his family, and unexpectedly falling in love with his brother, all while confronting her own assumptions about morality, redemption, and how we memorialize the dead.
Winner of the 2006 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play and marked by Sarah Ruhl’s distinctive theatricality, this loopy and highly imaginative fantasy is rooted in the universal themes of love, death, grief, sibling rivalry, and a longing for connectedness.
Tickets range from $29-32. Please visit the Ticket Information section of our website for more details.
Intended for mature audiences. Contains brief strong language and adult themes. For a preview of what to expect from the show, please visit our What Audiences Should Know guide. Note: As a courtesy to our patrons, children under the age of 5 will not be admitted.
To ensure a Sign Language-interpreted performance on Jan 13, please request accommodations by Dec 23. For more information on our ASL seating policies and other accessibility services, please visit our Accessibility page.