This original, dark comedy, was written by local attorney, author, thespian, and Playmakers long-time patron, the late Garic K. "Nikki" Barranger, and is directed by Anne Pourciau. The cast is as follows:
Christina Viers-Helen Garganus, a
libido-less, anhedonic, social worker
Nicoke Hebert Barwick- Rosalind Plant, a masked 97 year old with all the right strokes
Tom Hassinger- Max Silverfield, a lawyer with a critical mid-life detachment
Earl Mylie- W.P. Jones, a longshoreman with an unsought frustration in his live-life
Debra Marcelle- Gladys Guarnieri, a voiceless lecturer with an electronic friend
Roswell Pogue- Monty Lax, a terminally sick advertising person with a song in his head
Megan Eddy- Pauline Vice, a half orphaned armigerous co-ed with an attitude and a fondness for poultry.
This dark comedy explores the root of the human condition through therapy!
May 5-21 (except the 7th); Fri. & Sat. at 8 P.M. & Sun. at 2 P.M..
Adult tickets are $20; Student tickets are $10. Reservations: www.playmakersinc.com.