Now through Nov. 4 the Mario Huber theater at Two River Theater is being transformed into an intimate music club and performance space for the run of No Place to Go, described as an irreverent, deeply compassionate musical ode to America’s work force, and a love letter to friends, family, and country.
No Place to Go is a musical composed by Ethan Lipton, Eban Levy, Ian M. Riggs, and Vito Dieterle and performed by Lipton and His Orchestra. The production, which revolves around the corporation Lipton has worked for for 10 years moving to another planet, is directed by Two River Associate Artist Leigh Silverman.
According to a release, the Marion has been transformed into a cabaret space for this production, with food and beverages from et al fine food available for purchase beginning one hour before show time at every performance.
Visit the Two River Theater website to find out show dates and times and to purchase tickets. And check out the video above for a musical sample from No Place to Go.