In ‘Jodie’, by Ron Zwang, Joseph ‘Sloe’ Slawinski directs Tyson Turrou and John J Pistone in a play about an alcohol fueled attempt to defend the honor of a favorite Oscar award winning actress, by two Texan ruffians.
Director Gabrieal Griego helms two of the evening’s plays, the first
is ‘Hope You Guessed My Name’, by Ron Zwang, Andrew Villarreal and John Reilly star in play about two men in a game of cat and mouse. The second, ‘Bittersweet Salvation’, by Nate Edelman, Michael Harrison and Anastasia Narinskiy have a deep desert encounter regarding his own personal apocalypse.
‘Perfect 10’, by Ron Zwang, focuses a critical eye on the hot potatoes issues of modern dating in a chemically driven society, directed by Angela Scott and starring Kristen Osborn and Nick Rapp.
Writer/director Nate Edelman’s ‘Blind Stuck Ugly Luck’, by Nate Edelman, stars Derek Chariton & Julia Keefe in a tale of a utopic symbiotic relationship between a wheelchair bound paraplegic man and his beautiful blind lover, as they enjoy life on the road.
Warning: There may be puppets.
“This is one of those show where you can catch a buzz, kick back and experience the wacky side of theater in your own perverted way.
N8 Zwang is an evening of 5 new works, that weave a slice of Americana into your brain and make it stick there. You’ll want to go to here. It’s good, you happy good time.” – Abraham Lincoln