Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Thur to Sat - 8pm; Sun 2pm

Christopher Hampton’s famous adaptation of Les Liaisons Dangereuses is a tale of scheming aristocrats sparring over love and revenge set during the final years of France’s Ancien Regime. It is in equal parts an intense character study, a no-holds-barred depiction of the excesses that would come to ruin and topple a society, and a scintillating tale of love, lust and betrayal.

AfterPlay audience discussion - after every Saturday and Sunday performance.

B4Play podcast - join us before the preview performance at 7:15 to listen to an informal chat with an outside expert on a subject pertaining to the show.

Theatre Naught’s guiding principle is to produce plays from the world’s classical canon so that artists and audiences alike can have access to the richness and complexity of some of the most revered works created for the stage. A truly collaborative entity, Theatre Naught chooses plays that feature larger casts while striving for gender parity and opportunities for both emerging and established artists. Past productions include King Lear and The Cherry Orchard.

Produced by

Theatre Naught

The 5th Show of the Live Five Season

Written by

Christopher Hampton

Ticket Information

Single Tickets:  general $25.00 / students, seniors, artists $20.00

Preview night: Thursday Mar 30th.  Pay-What-You-Can at the door or reserve at regular prices.

1st Sunday Matinee - buy your 2nd ticket for $15.

Purchase tickets on-line or by calling our box office at 306-653-5191.

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