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Hip Pocket Theatre continues its 41st Season with Richard Brautigan’s In Watermelon Sugar, adapted and directed by John Murphy with production design by James Maynard.

Set in the aftermath of a fallen civilization, it focuses on a commune organized around a central gathering house which is named "iDeath." In this environment, many things are made of watermelon sugar (though the inhabitants also use pine wood and stone for building material and fuel made from trout oil). Each day has a different colored sun which creates different colored watermelons, and the central building also changes frequently. The narrator, who is left unnamed, claims to be writing an investigative book on his experiences at iDeath.

Hip Pocket Theatre continues its 41st Season with Richard Brautigan’s In Watermelon Sugar, adapted and directed by John Murphy with production design by James Maynard.

Set in the aftermath of a fallen civilization, it focuses on a commune organized around a central gathering house which is named "iDeath." In this environment, many things are made of watermelon sugar (though the inhabitants also use pine wood and stone for building material and fuel made from trout oil). Each day has a different colored sun which creates different colored watermelons, and the central building also changes frequently. The narrator, who is left unnamed, claims to be writing an investigative book on his experiences at iDeath.

Hip Pocket Theatre continues its 41st Season with Richard Brautigan’s In Watermelon Sugar, adapted and directed by John Murphy with production design by James Maynard.

Set in the aftermath of a fallen civilization, it focuses on a commune organized around a central gathering house which is named "iDeath." In this environment, many things are made of watermelon sugar (though the inhabitants also use pine wood and stone for building material and fuel made from trout oil). Each day has a different colored sun which creates different colored watermelons, and the central building also changes frequently. The narrator, who is left unnamed, claims to be writing an investigative book on his experiences at iDeath.

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WHERE

Hip Pocket Theatre
1950 Silver Creek Rd.
Fort Worth, TX 76108
http://www.hippocket.org/

TICKET INFO

$20
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