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The engagement at the Kirk Douglas isn't a production of Center Theatre Group, which operates the theater. A CTG spokeswoman said that the "Citizen Twain" run is a rental.
Other tour venues include the Wyly Theatre in Dallas (April 18 to 21) and the Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts in Wickenburg, Ariz. (May 3-4).
The version of "Citizen Twain" seen last year was a stream-of-consciousness monologue in which Twain, resurrected from the dead, holds forth on a host of issues both contemporary and historic. The show included some musical interludes, with Kilmer displaying vocal skills.
Kilmer relied on a teleprompter for his lines during the performance at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Kilmer told The Times last year that he is trying to get a movie project off the ground that would dramatize the rivalry between Twain and Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science.
The actor previously performed his Twain play, in various stages of development, at Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Ivy Substation in Culver City.