By: Mark Rigney
Directed by: Kristin McCarthy Parker
With: Nick Abeel, Jonathan Dickson and Jenna Panther
What if the only apparent survivors of the apocalypse were three bears? Two grizzlies in captivity, Growl Bear and Timmy Bear, find themselves stuck in a suddenly deserted zoo. Enter Susie, a new wild bear, who convinces them to leave the safety of their cave and venture into the wilderness where they must learn who they are and how to survive.
Wrapped in ursine-lore and story-telling as old as the stars themselves, Sans A's latest production asks: what does it truly mean to be a Bear?
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"Awesome - ditch your plans and head to 59E59 Theaters to explore the meaning of life... as a grizzly bear. This is the best play of the year!" - TheaterMania EDITOR'S PICK
"Intriguing - a batch of budding talents!" - Time Out New York
"Funny and affecting - Mark Rigney has ambition and audacity galore!' - Backstage
"If you're coming to Bears with expectations of something cute and warm and fuzzy, park it right there. You're in for much more and much better!" - TheaterScene.net
"This play is at all times unique, entertaining and smartly subversive - think George Orwell's Animal Farm!" - www.womanaroundtown.com
"Bears is a delightfully thought-provoking, expertly staged gem!" - Showbusiness Weekly