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Mon., June 27 2011
Metamorphosis tells the story of a traveling salesman's bizarre transformation from man to man-sized insect.

Award-winning Bay Area director, performer, and playwright Mark Jackson returns to Aurora, where he directed the company's acclaimed productions of Salome and Miss Julie, to put his own unique spin on this landmark work of existential literature.

"There's a winking humor to each dialogue, and a kind of elasticity to the characters' movements that makes the whole thing seem light and buoyant - almost like a ballet."
- Rachel Swan, East Bay Express

BUY TICKETS AT www.auroratheatre.org or 510.843.4822


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