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FUSION Theatre Company Presents Life X 3 by Yasmina Reza & translated by Christopher Hampton. Comedy, science, the multiverse, and Sancerre make Life X 3 the perfect mix of chaotic entertainment and intellectual contemplation!

If you could do it over, how would you do it? Does the dog get the bone? Will the cow jump over the moon? Can Polly finally get her cracker? Playwright Yasmina Reza (Art; God of Carnage) spirals her characters—Henry, Sonia, Inez, Hubert—into a time/space continuum of repetition, redundancy, and revelation within the most intimate of relationships and their elemental ties to the universe. A few bottles of Sancerre are drunk along the way. This comedy of chaos, directed by Jacqueline Reid, stars Jen Grigg, John San Nicolas, Alicia Lueras Maldonado, and Jeff Gonzalez.

“…an elegant enigma with triple variations.” – Michael Billington, The Guardian

General Admission: $40 | Seniors over 65: $35 | Students: $20 | Thanks to the City of Albuquerque Pay What You Wish ticketing is available.

March 23–April 2
March 23 7 PM
March 24 7 PM
March 25 2 PM, 7 PM
March 26 3 PM
March 30 7 PM
March 31 7 PM
April 1 2 PM, 7 PM
April 2 3 PM

Yasmina Reza is a French playwright and novelist, based in Paris, whose works have all been multi-award-winning, critical and popular international successes, produced worldwide and translated into thirty-five languages. She has written seven plays (Conversations After A Burial; The Passage of Winter; Art; The Unexpected man; Life X 3; A Spanish Play; and God of Carnage; How you Talk the Game) and six novels.

Christopher Hampton’s plays and musicals have so far garnered four Tony Awards, three Olivier Awards, four Evening Standard Awards, and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award; prizes for his film and television work include an Oscar, two BAFTAs, a Writers' Guild of America Award, the Prix Italia, a Special Jury Award at the Cannes Film Festival, Hollywood Screenwriter of the Year, and The Collateral Award at the Venice Film Festival for Best Literary Adaptation.