2015. On the coast of Norway, an architect walks his dog. What looks like an oil slick by the cliffs turns out to be a wetsuit, a human bone protruding from the leg-hole. The Wetsuitman begins as a Scandinavian crime thriller, and unpeels like an onion, switching between perspectives and genres to become a profound and interlayered meditation on identity, expectation, race, and migration. Ultimately the play becomes a search for the truth— not only for the nature of the Wetsuitman but for the nature of a world in which he could wash up on a cold Norwegian beach.

“A production that sheds its skin three times over, taking on new perspectives. Until what remains is something shocking: the portrait of a loss.”

—DE MORGEN, Belgium

ONSITE SHOWTIMES

Fri Mar 4 – 7:30 Fri Mar 11 – 7:30  
Sat Mar 5 -7:30 Sat Mar 12 – 2:30 
Sun Mar 6 2:30Sat Mar 12 – 7:30
Thur Mar 10 – 7:30Sun Mar 13- 2:30

LIVESTREAM SHOWTIMES

Sat Mar 4 – 7:30  Fri Mar 10 – 7:30 
Sun Mar 5 -2:30  Sat Mar 11 – 7:30
Sun Mar 12 – 2:30

CO-PRODUCED BY:

Donald Spector & Stacia Zabusky

A THANK YOU TO OUR UNDERWRITER FOR THIS PRODUCTION: