- Jul 21 - 29 2023
- 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
“The Human Voice” ASL interpreted performance
Ghosteater, the Phoenix-based contemporary theater ensemble founded in 2020, presents “The Human Voice” by Jean Cocteau, in a version by Daniel Raggett.
This captivating one-woman play will run July 21-29 at 7:30pm in Tempe.
The July 29th performance will be offered with live ASL interpretation.
About the show: “The Human Voice” tells the story of two lovers sharing a final phone call in the twilight of their relationship. With poignant simplicity, this mesmerizing play weaves a tapestry of vulnerability and longing, inviting audiences to contemplate the price we pay for digital connectivity. Through one woman’s emotional and desperate phone conversation, Cocteau reveals the complex dynamics and vulnerabilities of human connection in the modern era.
Tickets for “The Human Voice” are available at ghosteater.org or at the door. Standard tickets are $25, and student tickets are $12.50. In addition, Arizona-based artists may use the promo code AZARTIST30 to receive up to two tickets at a 30% discount.
Performance location: Studio 133 on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus, Nelson Fine Arts Center, 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ.
Visitor parking is available just to the south in the ASU Gammage parking lot. Public transit is also available – the Tempe streetcar stops just outside the Nelson FAC.
About Ghosteater: Ghosteater is a new ensemble founded by the core team behind Phoenix’s acclaimed Orange Theatre. The company’s mission is to collaboratively create and stage ambitious, new theater that unsettles shared certainties and creates opportunities to re-imagine our world. Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Facebook, and Twitter @heyghosteater.