“Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” By Sarah Ruhl, directed by Talia Curtin ’13, explores the nature of grief, communication, and humanity in a technological age. When Gordon dies in a café eating his lentil soup, his cell phone is the only thing still tethering him to this world. When Jean finds herself answering his phone, she accepts the task of keeping Gordon’s memory alive and providing closure to his family, 7:30 p.m., Thur., Feb. 28 – Sat., March 2 and matinee performance 2 p.m., Sat. March 2 and Sunday, March 3, Tansill Theater, Tickets: general admission: $8; Students: $6, 860-439-2605.
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