The Havana Theatre Presents Cashless
A play by Nathan Narusis
“Cashless” is an 85-minute tragicomedy for five actors premiering May 1-5, 2018 at
the Havana Theatre, featuring an all-local cast and crew.
Sabotaging his bright future, a principled but anachronistic man resists compromise in career, love, and choice of revolutionary movement, all the while
knowingly provoking confrontation with a looming global dictatorship.
1212 Commercial Drive
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The following questions will be answered by this Cashless at Havana Theatre:
Could paper money be the only remaining shield against absolute dictatorship?
Has sexual freedom gone into a steep decline?
In the midst of massive injustice, what really prevents a revolution?
When does it make sense to sell out?
Is religion dying or has it quietly re-invented itself?
Did the middle class ever have a chance at survival?
Can a non-conformist expect to achieve normal happiness?