The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time | Theater & Stage Events | Grants Pass

10/19/2018

11/04/2018

19:30 To 22:00

http://hettps://www.barnstormersgp.org

Event Description

Book by Mark Hadden
Adapted by Simon Stephens
Directed by Madeline DeCourcey
In a small town in England, 15 year old Christopher John Francis Boone is out to solve the murder of his neighbor’s poodle, Wellington. He has autism and struggles to interpret everyday life, though he is exceptionally intelligent. He is the only child in his school preparing for an A-level math exam which would allow him to study at the university. While he prepares for his test, and documents the discoveries of his investigation in a book, Christopher discovers more truth about his own life than he could have ever imagined. Based on the award winning novel, the play shines a light on lives the disorder affects and the thought process of an autistic protagonist.

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