How to be Lazy and Not Feel Guilty

comedy · leaky faucet & sons · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

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A hilarious social satire about a woman who overworks herself until she goes mad!

…yay?

Follow Jenine and a psychotic ensemble of characters – including her boss, family, Sponsors™, Satan and coworkers – as they collectively run her into the ground! Watch her sacrifice everything for her ambition: her time, her health… maybe even… her relationship?! To find out if she makes it out alive or is completely consumed by the pressures of productivity, you’ll have to watch for yourself.

An absurdist, style-bending, ensemble-based satire guaranteed to make you take a long hard look at your own life – what more could you want?

This play was workshopped as part of 2017’s William Inge Festival Play Lab.

production team

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drew petriello *

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natasha gualy

director
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addison turner

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emerson harris

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duncan kinzie

thomas

* Fringe Veteran

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