Intrepid Theatre returns with ‘The Thousandth Night’ at Liberty Station – The San Diego Union-Tribune

Its been a while since weve heard much from Intrepid Theatre, the small but mighty San Diego company that has been an award-winning artistic marvel over the past few years, but has pulled back from regular producing of late.

Now, Intrepid resurfaces with The Thousandth Night a piece the troupe has taken out on the fringe-festival circuit (winning plaudits as most innovative production and best of fringe at the Boulder International Fringe Festival in Colorado), and plans to remount in New York after its local staging.

The accomplished San Diego theater artist Jason Heil (and admirably immersive actor) directs the Point Loma staging of this Carol Wolf work about an actor whos arrested in Nazi-occupied Paris for performing subversive material, and must take on the task of playing 38 characters from The Arabian Nights as a way to escape his fate.

Intrepid co-founder Sean Yael-Cox stars in the show, which runs for only two weekends beginning Friday, Oct. 25.

When: 8 p.m. Fridays; 4 and 8 p.m. Saturdays; 2 p.m. Sundays. Through Nov. 3.

Where: Intrepid Theatre at White Box Live Arts, 2590 Truxtun Road No. 205, Arts District Liberty Station, Point Loma.

Tickets: $30 ($20 for students, seniors and military).


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Intrepid Theatre returns with 'The Thousandth Night' at Liberty Station - The San Diego Union-Tribune

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