Andrew Kramer's Crying for Lions

Did you miss Andrew Kramer's Crying for Lions during the 2011-2012 Ingram New Works Festival? If so you can view our archived Livestream video here.

Extinction. Listen to the word and how it slips out of the mouth. A cock back of the tongue, a knock of the teeth, a hard slide... Rae and Shane are a young couple preparing for the birth of their first child. When an important man from Shane's past shows up at their house, their surfacing fears and apprehensions spiral out of control while a large stalking Mountain Lion won't leave them alone. Crying for Lions asks questions about what it means to be a parent and a child in a complex and brutal world filled with animals who act like people and people who act like animals.

Don’t miss out on another great new play here in Nashville, TN. Learn more about Nashville Rep’s 2012-2013 Ingram New Works Project here: http://nashvillerep.org/ingram-new-works

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