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A collection from Rising Phoenix Rep's series of fully produced new plays inspired by and honoring the groundbreaking work of the original Caffe Cino. The plays included are: BEST SEX EVER by Gary Sunshine: Unfashionable Jeremy takes his vaguely foreign boyfriend Kraatz on his kindergarten teacher s wedding cruise, hoping to settle a score with the...
A collection from Rising Phoenix Rep's series of fully produced new plays inspired by and honoring the groundbreaking work of the original Caffe Cino. The plays included are: BEST SEX EVER by Gary Sunshine: Unfashionable Jeremy takes his vaguely foreign boyfriend Kraatz on his kindergarten teacher s wedding cruise, hoping to settle a score with the groom. Secret desires mount on the high seas, while the wedding videographer tries to shoot his dream project on the side. A comedy about trying to top life s hottest moments. (O)N THE 5:31 by Mando Alvarado: A bar. A blind date. And a deconstruction of how it all began. (O)N THE 5:31 takes a trip into what is remembered and what could have been. HERE I LIE by Courtney Baron Maris and Joseph have made their beds and now have to lie in them. Two people connected by illness, loneliness, and the need to be understood, they navigate the murky waters of subjective truth. If you believe it, can you make it true? THE STRAY DOG by Kristen Palmer: A play obsessed with the great Russian poet Anna Akhmatova and dedicated to any who dare endure in the folly and the imperative that is art. THE UPSTART by Emily DeVoti: A Brooklyn butcher. A young writer, looking for a place of her own. Brigid Hitler. Of Long Island. How do we become who we are? A series of little, tiny choices. NAMED by Lucy Thurber: College student Cora wakes in the middle of the night to find her best friend Emily gone. When Emily returns it looks as though the night will go like any other, except that tonight the girls are not alone something, or someone, has come to visit. In a life experienced through the twin lenses of our physical reality and the reality in our minds, we hide our desire, our shame, and our longing. But what happens when the world inside Cora s head comes to life and enters the room? Is she brave enough to admit what she sees, to give it a name? ROW AFTER ROW by Jessica Dickey: When two civil war re-enactors arrive for their annual Gettysburg beer only to find a stranger sitting at their table, their time-honored traditions are called into question. A play about the past and the future. CLOWN BAR by Adam Szymkowicz: Long ago Happy left the Clown Bar and the organized clown crime world to work for the good guys. Now his junkie brother Timmy has been murdered, and Happy returns to his old life to ask a few questions. Can he go home again without getting sucked into the seedy clown underbelly of vice and violence? And will he survive the gun toting clowns who used to be his friends? Or Blinky, the lady clown he left behind?
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