(2014) in FringeArts Festival
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“The irritations and ennui that set in during unstructured play time for grown-ups are wittily conveyed, as is the sense of social selves melting into primitivism.” -- The New York Times
“It’s nasty, beautiful, ugly, thought-provoking and hypnotic.” -- The Philadelphia Inquirer
“A masterwork of unease” – Broad Street Review
Premiered at the 2014 Philadelphia FringeArts Festival. Developed in part in residence at The Orchard Project, White Pines Ensemble Residency Program, and the Swarthmore Project in Theater.
An evening-length work: 7 performers, 75 minutes, one setting, one act. Recommended for ages 16 and up.
Production photos by Kate Raines | Plate 3 Photography