Director Morris Panych brings his trademark wit to his adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler’s Anatol. This contemporary revisiting of Schnitzler’s 1893 work is the latest in a long list of Panych’s black comedies that have been staged at the Tarragon Theatre.
Starring Robert Persichini, The Amorous Adventures of Anatol tells the tale of a Viennese playboy set in 1900. A classical Don Juan tale of a man always on the quest for love.
Morris Panych recently spoke to Mike Duncan and Jean Stilwell about this production.
The Amorous Adventures of Anatol is on now until February 10th at the Tarragon Theatre. For tickets and information visit tarragontheatre.com.
Photo |Cylla von Tiedemann