A Perfect Circle
by Noah Haidle
directed by Evan Cabnet
Pacific Playwrights Festival
April 22, 2016 - April 22, 2016

Pacific Playwrights Festival

Jackie is trying desperately to deliver on a long-deferred promise of building a garden for his wife. She’s dying, their son is coming home after a lengthy absence, the weeds in the backyard won’t stop growing, and that haunted train whistle keeps getting closer. Heartbreak with a twist of Haidle.

A $​70 package to see all five readings is available online, or by calling the Box Office at (714) 708-5555. This package is available to SCR Super Subscribers for $60—only by phone.

Theatre professionals: please purchase your tickets here or contact Andrew Knight ([email protected]) at (714) 708-5062 for more information.

Noah Haidle's plays have premiered at SCR (​Smokefall, Mr. Marmalade and Princess Marjorie), Lincoln Center Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Huntington Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, NYC Summer Play Festival, HERE Arts Center, as well as many others around the country and abroad. He is a graduate of Princeton University and The Juilliard School, where he was a Lila Acheson Wallace ​Playwright-in-Residence.  He is the recipient of three Lincoln Center Le Compte Du Nuoy Awards, the 2005 Helen Merrill Award for emerging Playwrights, the 2007 Claire Tow Award and an NEA/TCG theatre residency grant. He is published by Methuen in London, Suhrkamp in Berlin, and seven of his plays are published through Dramatists Play Service in New York City. His first movie was Stand Up Guys ​and starred Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin. 
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