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From the Fringe program:

In New York, in the summer of 1964, Buster Keaton appeared in a short experimental film written by Samuel Beckett.

In this play, set in an Italian restaurant in Greenwich Village that summer, two gentlemen named Sam and Buster attempt to communicate with each other with the unlikely help of a chattery young waitress with theatrical ambitions, who mistakes Buster for Moe from The Three Stooges and Sam for his agent.

A funny and moving play about the quiet, absurd heroism of two apparently very different but very great artists.

Show Length: 45 minutes
Suggested Audience: General
Warnings: Mild Language



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