Dorothy, a middle-aged waitress, meets Death in a bar. They hit it off. Have a few drinks. Attend to the latest client. And then, after 49 days in a booth at a Denny's restaurant, Death moves on, that is, dies, and Dorothy replaces him. She takes over the job. She becomes Death, Herself.
In the latest version of this Intimate Evening, which won Best of Fringe at the Nugget Fringe Festival, as well as Encore Performer at the United Solo Theater Festival in New York City, Dorothy will actually take questions from the audience, and do her very best to address, if not answer them.
Each audience member will receive our Death Pre-Registration Card that allows you to set up an account, get a minion assigned to your case, as well as make a list of your life regrets before you die.
While death is unfortunately still mandatory, Dorothy claims that there are exciting new options and upgrades in the works. "You can't cheat Death," she says, "but you can work with me."
Douglass Truth is a painter, writer, and performer. He has been represented by galleries in New York, Massachusetts, Arizona, Indiana, and California. He is the author of 3 books: I Am A Dog, Revolution of Flowers, and Everything I Know about Death, Subject to Verification. Truth lives in Nevada City, CA.
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