Amy Sawka and Melissa Tuplin in Karl Nimeni Is Not Dead - I Killed Karl Nimeni
Amy Sawka and Melissa Tuplin in Karl Nimeni Is Not Dead - I Killed Karl Nimeni | Photo: Leon Schwesinger

Karl Nimeni Is Not Dead – I Killed Karl Nimeni

Dancing Monkey Laboratories takes on Next Stage at Theatre Junction

Amy Jo Espetveidt

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Charles Fleming is in crisis. Nothing makes sense. Nothing allows him to follow the flow of existence. Locked in a jail cell and charged with the murder of Karl Nimeni, the only evidence against him is a dream.

Dancing Monkey Laboratories combines dialogue, movement, sound, and projection for a show that is part Dada, part surrealist, part existentialist but mostly influenced by, and structured on, the teachings and research of Karl Nimeni.

Part of Theatre Junction’s Next Stage season, the program provides performance and rehearsal space, front of house services, marketing, box office management, and technical support at no charge to local artists and independent companies.

Karl Nimeni Is Not Dead – I Killed Karl Nimeni runs May 3 to 6, 2018 at the Theatre Junction GRAND Studio (608 1st St. SW). The show is recommended for 14+ due to coarse language and philosophy. Tickets are $20 with a pay-what-you-can Sunday matinee.

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