by Christopher Durang
Dark Comedy – Two Manhattanites seek psychiatric help for their love lives.
Bruce places a personal ad at the recommendation of his therapist. Prudence answers, as a way of being more assertive per her therapist’s advice. Things don’t go well. Bruce places a different ad. Prudence answers again. Things don’t go much better. Prudence doesn’t know what to do with Bruce’s unconventional ways or his jealous boyfriend. Bruce doesn’t know how to deal with Prudence’s nervous personality. Will this unlikely couple figure it out, or are they really Beyond Therapy?
WARNING: Contains adult language and themes. Discretion advised.
|February 7th, 2020||7:30 PM|
|February 8th, 2020||7:30 PM|
|February 14th, 2020||7:30 PM|
|February 15th, 2020||7:30 PM|
|February 16th, 2020||2:00 PM|
|February 21st, 2020||7:30 PM|
|February 22nd, 2020||7:30 PM|
|February 23rd, 2020||2:00 PM|
This play will be directed by Elizabeth M. Havican.
Tickets can be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets.
$17 for students and seniors, $19 for adults.
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