An Oak Tree at Barrow Street Theater

Perry Street Theatre (Exiled) presents An Oak Tree, written by Tim Crouch, opening at the Barrow Street Theater on 4 Nov 2006, following previews from 27 Oct, and running through to 14 Jan 2007.

An Oak Tree: The story of two men brought together by loss: a father whose daughter has been killed in a car accident - and the driver of that car - a provincial stage hypnotist. For the father, nothing now is what it was. Since the accident the hypnotists� act is a disaster. For him, everything now is exactly what it is. The man and the hypnotist are reunited for the first time since the accident when the hypnotist inadvertently calls him on stage as a volunteer.

Directed by Tim Crouch, Karl James and a smith, An Oak Tree is performed by Tim Crouch and a second actor, who will be different at every performance.

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