Imagine that you are imprisoned for being a famous painter and an interrogator has confiscated your work, except that she doesn’t know it. If you authenticate the art you’ll be set free but your work will be destroyed. If you do not the interrogator’s life is forfeit. Now imagine all this playing out during Nazi occupied France. What would you do?
That is the backdrop on which we find the artist, Pablo Picasso, in the Promenade Playhouse’s production of, “A Picasso.” A psychological cat-and-mouse game in which our hero must find a way to save his art while preserving the life of the woman that holds him captive. Expect politics, art, sex, and of course Nazi’s to clash in this confrontational drama. For tickets to find out what happens, clink on the link below but hurry as, A Picasso, has a limited run of this and next weekend only.