By David Davalos
Directed by J.R. Sullivan
Running: March 11 - April 17, 2011

"Hilarity, thy name is 'Wittenberg.'"
-The New York Times

"[The Pearl] cuts loose with a living playwright's larky romp"
-Time Out NY

"This is the rare sort of play that can entertain and make you think."

"An invigorating invention...Nothing falls flat in director J.R. Sullivan's buoyant production"

"[David Davalos'] style is refreshingly accessible"
-Associated Press

"'To be or not to be' never sounded so entertaining"
-The Huffington Post

Trouble brews in the hallowed halls of Wittenberg U. circa 1517. Sparring professors, Doctor Faustus and Reverend Martin Luther vie for the allegiance of their star pupil Prince Hamlet, who can’t decide on a major (go figure!). While the prince ping-pongs between their contrary advice, the professors debate faith and reason in a zany spin on classic characters. Wittenberg brings the cleric who ignited the Protestant Reformation toe-to-toe with the philosopher whose lust for life just might lead him to sell his soul, in comic combat for the Prince who should be King.

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Production Calendar

All evening performances begin at 7:30pm
Evening performances will finish at approximately 9:50pm

All matinee performances begin at 2:30pm
Matinee performances will finish at approximately 4:50pm
Opening night generously supported by
Our Resident Acting Company
The Pearl Theatre Company
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