A Funny Play About Depression
Hyde Park Theatre artistic director Ken Webster calls Tigers Be Still “the funniest play I’ve ever come across about depression.” It’s a dark comedy with a small cast, which is just the sort of thing that the fine folks at Hyde Park excel at, so it’s a natural fit for the theater. The story revolves around Sherry (played by Molly Karrasch), a young woman trying to get her life on track while her family deals with varying stages of depression. Also, there are both real and metaphorical tigers involved.
Tigers Be Still
at Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W 43rd Street
Thursday – Saturday at 8:00 pm
Through August 11