Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Annie Baker pens this comedy about a quirky family, tenuously held together by love, whose fragile harmony is threatened when they host a controversial guest artist for "Body Awareness Week" at a local college.
“Baker’s dialogue is tart and personable, with just enough unexpected twists in the characterizations to keep you leaning forward.” —The Washington Post
"An engaging new comedy by a young playwright with a probing, understated voice… Its quiet rewards steal up on you.” —The New York Times
Directed by Joan O'Dwyer
JARED- Lorenzo Montijo FRANK BONITATIBUS- Roger Owen JOYCE- Monica Wolfkill PHYLLIS- Whitney Morton Woodcock
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JOYCE: America is very strange. We're so focused on independence. It's like you can't need anybody. You have to be this totally autonomous...person.
FRANK: Now give me your toothbrush. JARED: What. Why.
PHYLLIS: This is great. A goy teaching a Jew how to do Shabbas. On a Tuesday. FRANK: I hope I'm not being presumptuous.