Romeo Castellucci's The Four Seasons Restaurant. Photo by Christophe Raynaud De Lage.
Director Romeo Castellucci's work returns to Philadelphia with The Four Seasons Restaurant, which uses the infamous unfulfilled Mark Rothko commission as a jumping-off point to explore the impact of absence on the human psyche.
Encompassing everything from a black hole to a staging of Holderlin's dramatic poem The Death of Empedocles, The Four Seasons Restaurant invites the audience into a grand visual and audio landscape—a barrage of intense, seemingly disconnected sound and imagery that overwhelms the senses. This Center-supported production will take place as part of the 2014 FringeArts Festival.
Visit the FringeArts website for showtimes.