Mike Riggs Lights pool (no water)

Mike Riggs Lights pool (no water)

pool (no water) is Mark Ravenhill’s sharply written play about a group of artists/friends who are facing the realities of their lives—from disappointment in their own careers to envy at the one from the group who has made it big and how to grieve for those who have died—in a sharply acted, seamlessly directed (by Ianthe Demos), and well designed production by a company called One Year Lease, performing on Manhattan’s Lower

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