by Next Stage
Sun Oct 4, 7p
Pay What You Can
Link will go live on premiere date
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Slumped over a table of mimosas and crudites, a man recounts his unbridled weekend of binge drinking, drug use, and coordinated crime that culminates in a not-so-fabulous Sunday brunch. Told in the form of a monologue, the language is inspired by once-taboo storytellers such as William S. Burroughs and Jean Genet. Bopping back and forth between stream-of-consciousness accounts, and drug-induced hallucinations, the words reflect the mind of someone who is smart, capable, and clever, but trapped in a world of addiction and recklessness.
Last year, Rodney Brazil wrote and produced The Ultra-Conservative Theatre Summit at the inaugural Theatre Crude Fringe Festival. Other works include Worthy Causes and All My-Ex Boyfriends are Gay.
Rodney Brazil - Actor, Writer
Premiere will be followed by live Q&A with the artist.
SUGGESTED AGE RANGE
Simulated Drug Use