Go back in time to 1904 at The Lapin Agile in Paris, a beloved watering hole where struggling artists and would-be geniuses gather.
During one extraordinary night at the bar, a young Pablo Picasso and the soon-to-be-legend Albert Einstein meet up to spar with the regulars — and each other — about art, science, inspiration, love, and the promise of the 20th century.
Throw into this mix a mysterious visitor with a penchant for blue suede shoes, and you’re in for a witty evening at the theatre.
Catch “Picasso at The Lapin Agile,” Feb. 4 – March 12 at the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in The Old Globe Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center.
The cast includes Philippe Bowgen (Pablo Picasso), Donald Faison (Freddy), Kevin Hafso-Koppman (Visitor), Liza Lapira (Suzanne, Countess, Female Admirer), Hal Linden (Gaston), Justin Long (Albert Einstein), Ron Orbach (Sagot), Marcel Spears (Charles Dabernow Schmendiman), and Luna Vélez (Germaine).
Ticket prices start at $29.
For more information, visit The Old Globe.