November 9th -
December 2, 2018
Produced by John Rutski
Thurs. - Sat. nights at 8p
Sun. afternoons at 2p
By Patrick Meyers
Stranded on an icy ledge at 27,000 feet on K2, the second highest mountain in the world, two climbers are in serious trouble. Harold, a nuclear physicist, has broken his leg and Taylor, a district attorney, is trying to retrieve a critical rope to be able to descend the mountain. Their lives are now dependent on their loyalty to each other. K2 examines survival, friendship, and meaningful existence against the backdrop of one of the deadliest places on earth. Part of Dragon's 2nd Stages Series.
Chuck Phelps as Taylor
John Rutski as Harold
Director - Janine Burgener
Stage Manager - Chrissie Schwanhausser
Technical Director - Karl Haller
Scenic Designer - Tom Shamrell
Lighting Designer - John Owens
Sound Designer - Janine Burgener
Costume Designer - Ambera De Lash
Properties Manager - John Rutski
Photographer - Lance Huntley
Graphic Designer - Jeanne Vadeboncoeur
Pay what you will preview on Thurs., Nov. 8th at 8p
Opening night performance on Fri., Nov. 9th at 8p with post-show reception
Post-show discussion with the cast on Sunday, Nov. 18th
There is NO SHOW on Thurs., Nov. 22 to observe the Thanksgiving holiday
The play runs approximately 80 minutes with no intermission. This show is rated R for adult language and topics.
Please be advised that for the health and safety of our actors, the air-conditioning will be running heavily during this performance. Think of it an immersive experience! If you tend to get cold, bring a nice warm coat and mittens, or buy a hot cider before the show to enjoy during the performance.
This show is sponsored in part by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation's Donors Circle for the Arts. Special thanks to the Bair Island Aquatic Center.