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Nat DeWolf, April Matthis, Annie Parisse, and Maria Striar. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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Crystal Finn, April Matthis, Nat DeWolf, Annie Parisse, and Maria Striar. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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Rob Campbell and Annie Parisse. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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April Matthis, Annie Parisse, and Maria Striar. Photo by Joan Marcus.

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Antlia Pneumatica


PETER JAY SHARP THEATER

ENLARGE

The run time is 1 hour 45 minutes with no intermission.

SubPlus and Artistic Director's Circle/Patrons/Gen PH may book beginning January 11.
Subscribers and Friends may book beginning January 19.
FlexPass holders/Members may book beginning February 1.
Tickets go on sale to the public February 9.

Performance dates and times subject to change.

 

Reviews

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Interview

Anne Washburn Artist Interview

Tim: Offstage sounds and conversations are also prominently featured in the play. Do you think the silent retreat contributed to this? Anne: I think when there is no conversation, the ear becomes more attuned to other sounds. And thirsty for them.

Interview

TheaterMania meets Antlia Pneumatica

TheaterMania sits down with the cast, Anne Washburn, and our Associate Artistic Director Adam Greenfield to explore the mystery behind ‪Antlia Pneumatica‬, and why we're so haunted by memories of the past.

Interview

In Process: Anne Washburn

Anne Washburn (Mr. Burns) enlightens us on the Texas Hill Country origins of ‘Antlia Pneumatica,’ and how silence has shaped the show's sound landscape.

Essay

Letter from Tim: Antlia Pneumatica

I thought long and hard before quoting Nietzsche in this introduction, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that particular, delightfully unsettling character of Anne Washburn’s work owes much to the striking collision of rational and the irrational impulses in it.

Essay

Backstory: Anne Washburn, a 15-Year Tour

Anne Washburn possesses an uncanny genius for conjuring theatrical worlds that arrest and fascinate, even on unfamiliar wavelengths. A master of the gradual release of information, she trusts her audience enough to disorient us, for a time, charting her course with quiet precision even as she leads us down the rabbit hole. Here’s a gloss of her projects to date.