October 19 - November 11
Written by IKE HOLTER
Directed by - JOSH MORRISON
REGIONAL PREMIERE PLAY
A new comedy by one of the country’s finest emerging playwrights and winner of the Windham-Campbell Literature Prize for drama. A year after his assumed death (and absence from social media), a millennial shows up in his former Chicago apartment alive, well, and ready to fix what went wrong with the people who have eulogized, memorialized, searched for, and mourned him. A miracle reunion turns into a catastrophic disaster as the past catches up with the present and old debts return, expecting payment in full. Join us for this razor-sharp, quick-witted, foul-mouthed, and dare we say, jaw-dropping 90 minute play that asks: "What does growing up mean...and is it even desired in this day and age?" Directed by Stages Associate Artistic Director, Josh Morrison.
Featuring CANDICE D'MEZA, JEREMY GEE, GABRIEL REGOJO and STEPHANIE WITTELS WACHS
LAURA MORENO - Costume Designer
STEFAN AZIZI - Scenic Designer
GREG STARBIRD - Lighting Designer
TIMELY RAIN - Stage Manager
CAMRON ALEXANDER - Production Assistant
WARNING: NUDITY. PROFANITY. MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.
SEASON PASS MEMBERS: FREE
GENERAL ADMISSION: $25
OPENING NIGHT TICKETS: $35 (OCT 19 - INCLUDES CHAMPAGNE AND AFTER PARTY WITH THE CAST)
HALF-OFF PREVIEW TICKETS: $12.50 General, $7.50 Student (OCT 18 @ 8 PM - AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ONLY)
Tickets are limited. Online reservations are highly encouraged.