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Marfa Live Arts and The Capri present Del Valle a new play by Ned Van Zandt on April 8

March 16th, 2017 under Arts
Writer and actor Ned Van Zandt pictured here as Leonard Caul on NBC’s television show, “The Blacklist,” will perform DEL VALLE at The Capri on Saturday, April 8th, a one-man show hosted by Marfa Live Arts and The Capri.

Writer and actor Ned Van Zandt pictured here as Leonard Caul on NBC’s television show, “The Blacklist,” will perform DEL VALLE at The Capri on Saturday, April 8th, a one-man show hosted by Marfa Live Arts and The Capri.

MARFA – Marfa Live Arts and The Capri present in cabaret-style Ned Van Zandt’s Del Valle, at The Capri event space on Saturday, April 8th. Writer and actor Ned Van Zandt is a native Texan who has appeared in dozens of film and television including: “The Blacklist,” “Lost,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Coming Home,” “MacArthur,” “One Life to Live,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” and “The Young and the Restless.”

Van Zandt’s new play Del Valle, where he portrays sixteen various characters, is based on a true story. It’s an account of a man who hits rock bottom in a Texas State prison, and it’s a tale of surviving sex, drugs, and rock and roll at the Chelsea Hotel, with Sid and Nancy.

At a time in his life when he is hopelessly lost, Van Zandt meets fellow denizens of the lower depths, who confront him with who he really is. Del Valle is a morality tale, told with a wild sense of humor, of one man’s redemption by accepting himself for the first time, faults and all.

Directed by Chris Bauer, this is a free performance but to reserve a table with a special menu and drinks through The Capri restaurant and bar, email: Cate Cole Schrim, ccschrim@marfalivearts.org.

More information at www.marfalivearts.org.

 

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