Project SEE Theatre is currently producing Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz and is excited to announce that AVOL, AIDS Volunteers, Inc., is their official community sponsor. Among other volunteer groups geared toward AIDS, Project SEE Theatre is reaching out to Lexington’s visual arts community to create an exhibit that reflects those whose lives have been shaped by the AIDS virus. Pat Gerhard (Third Street Stuff), Georgia Henkel, March Phillip Jones (Institute 193), Kristen Murphy, John Ridener and Althea Wiggs are the artists involved. Both the production and art exhibit will take place at the Downtown Arts Center under one ticket price beginning December 9th and run through December 19th.
Jody has ceased going out into the world. Jody's only connection to his community is his friend Carl, who has resorted to bringing the outside world inside, to Jody's Map Store.
As AIDS rapidly takes their mutual friends, Jody continues to hide in self-imposed ignorance, yet Carl forces him to confront his deepest fears. Lonely Planet reveals to us that true friendship is the safest place to be, and as the world around us spins out of control, a single human being may be the only fixed object to hold onto.
December 9-12, 2010 @ 7:30
December 14-18, 2010 @ 7:30
December 19, 2010 @ 2:00
(additional fees may apply)
Tuesday, December 14th will be a pay-what-you-can performance.
To purchase tickets for Lonely Planet call
LexArts Box Office @ 859.225.0370