Staged reading of a brand-new play by Ithaca playwright George Sapio, featuring local professional actors. This biting satire touches on a wide variety of controversial subjects including bad parenting, feminism, racism, suicide, our education system's shortcomings, and the failures of our society to its next generation. As ever with Sapio's plays, it will make you laugh, cringe, and think -- sometimes simultaneously -- and it definitely does not follow any kind of formula.
All are welcome, but parental discretion is advised for those under 16 because of adult subject matter (no nudity, physical violence, or sexual scenes). Because this is a workshop (debut) reading, the audience is invited to give feedback during a brief structured session after the performance. Tickets at the door. Donation of $10 suggested, but not required.
Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 7:30pm to 9:30pm
119 W. Court St. Ithaca, NY 14850