The Knave is a free-spirit who takes life as it comes. But when some thugs pee on his rug, something has to be done - this
aggression will not stand, man. The Primitive Screwheads theater troupe adapts the cult classic The Big Lebowski for the stage
in this mash-up of Cohen Brothers film characters and Shakespearean dialogue. Get theater
The Big Lebowski is probably the Cohen Brothers best-known film, if not their best-loved. Though their filmography ranges
a lot, this comedy captured their humor at its absurd best. The Primitive Screwheads took the classic Lebowski plot and characters
(and even threw in characters from Raising Arizona for good measure) and came up with this adaptation that blends the movie
with Shakespeare. Expect a few surprises along the way, and wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty. The Primitive Screwheads
like fake blood, and it isn't confined to the stage.
Much Ado About Lebowski could play at any number of cities across the country - The Big Lebowski is that popular. It has
a devoted following that memorizes the lines from the film and quotes them frequently. Make sure you catch the adaptation
when it comes to the Bay Area.
If you love The Big Lebowski, then this is a theatrical production you need to catch. The Primitive Screwheads are known
for bringing horror films to life on stage, but this is a first for them. Cohen Brothers fans are encouraged to get tickets early.