Monday, November 15, 2004

THEATER PICK New York-based readers with a free night this week should try to check out HELL MEETS HENRY HALFWAY, a goofy adaptation of Polish scribe Witold Gombrowicz's mid-century novel POSSESSED.

The excellent production, by the Philadelphia-based Pig Iron Theatre Company, runs through Sunday at the Ohio Theatre in SoHo.

Meticulously directed by Dan Rothenberg, the play features inventive staging, wonderful performances from all six actors, and lots of tennis balls. (Tickets here.)

CONTRAPOSITIVE is edited by Dan Aibel. Dan's a playwright. He lives in New York City.