Curtains

iTheatre's T Bone N Weasel Brings Low-Class Clowns to Downtown Phoenix's Herberger Theater Center

The setup: Jon Klein wrote "picaresque" antihero-buddy-comedy T Bone N Weasel more than 20 years ago. It became a made-for-TNT film starring Gregory Hines and Christopher Lloyd in 1992 and continues to be a popular show at offbeat regional and community theaters.

Currently, iTheatre Collaborative is presenting the rarely-seen-in-Arizona play that follows two parolees on a journey through a kind of timeless late-20th-century rural South Carolina.

See also: PHX:fringe Week 2: Circusy, Gross-Out Humor in Tight Assets from the Bay Area's AlulA Ensemble 9 Circles at iTheatre Collaborative Showcases a Very Good Actor Well Hung: Stuffed and nonsense