About Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Paris, 1904: a watering hole for penniless artists welcomes two soon-to-be-legends for one extraordinary night.

This absurd comedy explores the possibilities, such as what would happen if Albert Einstein bumped into Pablo Picasso in a French bar in 1904, just before both gentlemen became household names. A wacky group of regulars that inhabit the Lapin Agile get to witness the event, as well as a visitor from the future who gets things all shook up.

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE is a delightful tale of “what-ifs” which will charm, entertain, create some belly laughs, and also raise some serious philosophical questions. 

The Heights Players

The Heights Players is Brooklyn's longest-running sustaining theater and is a not-for-profit, all-volunteer, membership organization with federal and state tax exempt status.  We are a registered New York State charity, making all donations tax-deductible. 

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