Play number 2: Funerals
The Ice Storm meets Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Mik Kuhlman divides
script to beats. "We'll beat it out."
... Um ... That's what he said.
Play number 6: Charles Dickens' Great Expectations by Darian Lindle
Glee on crack.
Downstairs, an Orgy
of jazz hands, Chuck Dickens sez:
Play number 5: Calling in the Marker
The Godfather meets, um, lets say Erin Brockovich (grabbing at straws, I saw glasses of water and that for whatever reason was my first impression.)
At the Rep, MV
B does Brando, while Francis
can't remember names.
Play number 7: Mr. McGregor's Garden
Up meets Boondock Saints meets the Donner Party.
A brief synopsis:
fuck fuck motherfuck goddamn
(with Irish accent)
Play number 4: We're From Ohio
Let's saaay...Fargo meets Singles?
yoga...Troy, it's a theatre
fest'val, not a gym.
Play number 3: Mister Gibbers
Toy Story meets The Exorcist
Mister Gibbers is
never satisfied; Erin
Stewart is effed up.
Play number 1: Inanimacy
The Notebook meets Deliverance meets Pan's Labyrinth meets Mannequin 2: On the Move
"If you put it in
the hole, it comes to life." Man,
plays are weird today.