Take a spring walk while being inspired and hearing stories from 10 actors in this all-new experiential production.
Once upon a time in the 14th Century, a writer transported readers out of their plague-bound confines with stories told by 10 young people ‘podded together’ and using their imaginations to experience all the things on hold like love, sex, intrigue, friendship, and fun. The resulting book, “The Decameron” has endured, but whereas those 10 people were creations of Boccaccio, hundreds of years (and at least one pandemic) later Quantum Theatre’s new adaptation 10 for 21 finds them real, alive, contemporary, and equally unstoppable. This audio experience is offered free of charge and is recommended to be experienced along with two walks: one in Frick Park, and a second visiting 5 iconic Downtown Locations including Point State Park, Katz Plaza, Market Square, Mellon Square Park, and Trinity Cathedral. 10 for 21 is a bit bawdy. Its good-spirited fun might be too mature for pre-teens. More information at www.quantumtheatre.com/10for21.