Your career as a writer is blossoming, your beautiful young fiancee is waiting to get married and rush off to Cancun by your side... so what is your natural reaction? Well if you're a man, it's probably to get nervous and start calling up old girlfriends.
And so begins a single man's odyssey through five hotel rooms as he flies across the country in search of the perfect woman (whom he's already broken up with). Some Girl(s) is written by American Theater's great agent provocateur; Neil LaBute. In grand LaBute fashion, this by turns an outrageously funny and deadly serious portrait of the artist as a young seducer, and casts a truthful, hilarious light on a typical young American male as he wanders through the heart of darkness that is himself.
"LaBute...continues to probe the fascinating dark side of individualism...[His] great gift is to live in and chronicle that murky area of not-knowing, which mankind spend much of it's waking life denying."
-The New Yorker
READ REVIEW from KC Star theatre critic, Robert Trussell by following THIS LINK:
The Living Room Theatre presents
by Neil LaBute
Directed by Rusty Sneary
Starring Bryan Moses
Co Starring Mackenzie Goodwin, Amy Kelly, Missy Fennewald, Kate O'Neill, and Melinda McCrary.
Stage Management: Alex Murphy & Victoria Franke
Set Design by Gary Mosby
Lighting Design by John "Moose" Kimball
Sound Design by Dan Warneke & Michael Heuer
Property Design by Regina Weller
Preview Performances: ($15.00)
7:30pm Wednesday, October 31st (Halloween costume party immediately following!)
7:30pm Thursday, November 1st
Opening Night: ($20.00)
8:00pm Friday, November 2nd (Opening Night party immediately following)
Performances continue Thursday-Sunday at 8:00pm through November 18th. ($20.00) Closing Night party immediately following performance Sunday, November 18th
Door/Will Call always opens 30 minutes before showtime.
For more information contact The Living Room:
The Living Room Theatre (View)
1818 McGee St
Kansas City, MO 64108
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|