Reggie is a onetime screenwriter who saw his friends experience success while he became the superintendent of the apartment building where he now hosts the group. He lives with his girlfriend, Lucy, who was an active participant in the group until she grew despondent from lack of praise. Samantha, Lucy's foil, continues to attend the group and regale her friends with moral tales about women's rights rife with Kafka-esque allegories, in the process, garnering little praise herself. Her main adversaries amongst the group are her onetime lover, Miles (who has recently become a cop), and their friend Waldo, who hasn't brought anything new to the group for too long. Along with Lenny, whose graphically-lewd poems and gay-themed limericks amuse, arouse and appall the group, the writers incessantly pick on each other's weaknesses until they fall into the greater good inside each of them.
Celebrated author, and career New Yorker, Arthur Nersesian (The F*ck-Up, Suicide Casanova) grew up amidst poetry readings in Tompkins Square Park and the punk-rock riots that would ensue in the same spot just a few decades later. Time Out New York has described him as "one of the wittiest and most perceptive chroniclers of downtown life."
Cast: Micah Bucey, Lisa Donnelly, R.J. Foster, Ian Sinclair Lassister, Brianne Moncrief, Lindsay Newitter, Paul Mazza-Director , Matthew Quint-Stage Mgr , Kory Grow-Sound , Lana Donnelly-Costumes
Wednesday to Friday at 8:00 PM, Saturday at 5:00 PM & 9:00 PM
Theater: Manhattan Theater Source
Address: 177 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10011
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