THURSDAYS ARE NOW PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN AT
ONLY THREE WEEKS REMAIN
AT THE UNDERGROUND THEATER IN HOLLYWOOD
Thursdays are now PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN at K2, a unique and harrowing adventure story written by Patrick Meyers and directed by Damen Scranton, and the engagement must end on Sunday, November 14. Only three weeks remain to see the production the L.A. Weekly called “terrifyingly harsh” and praised the actors’ “powerful performances.”
K2, the mountain, is the second-tallest peak on the planet, rising to an elevation of 28,251 feet on the border between Pakistan and China. K2, the play, is a 75-minute harrowing tale of two mountain climbers (Sean Galuszka and Jake Suffian) who are stranded on a ledge at 27,000 feet. After an accident leaves one of the men with a severely broken leg, the two survive the night only to confront the fact that they do not have the necessary equipment to rappel to Base Camp safely. K2 is the story of two contentious friends and their struggle to solve an impossible problem. It is a tale of friendship and morality, of love and mortality, of climbing, quantum physics, and the search for God.
Tickets for all remaining performances are $15, except for Thursdays (October 28 and November 4 & 11), when patrons may name their own ticket price (minimum $1.00), cash only at the door. Regular price tickets are available in advance by visiting www.K2LA.org or by calling (800) 838-3006. The Underground Theater is located at 1314 N. Wilton Place in Hollywood. Plenty of street parking is available.
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