The near future. The world is nearing its' end. In a bizarre bomb shelter, Harry , Clay and Luella, British expats, cope by taunting each other with warped games of verbal wordplays , and by blurring each other's realities while losing touch with their own. A bleak glimpse at life in the wake of a Drumpf presidency, where wars abound, words have lost their meaning, and people have lost their way. How did the world get there?
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Planet Connections Theatre Festivity presents
Occasionally Nothing a Play in Two Acts, by Natalie Menna
Directed by Ivette Dumeng
Featuring David Triacca*, Maiken Wiese and Sean Hoagland*
LIGHTING: Lucky Pearto
SOUND: Andy Evan Cohen
COSTUMES: George Halley
7/1/17 7:30 PM
7/3/17 7:00 PM
7/6/17 7:30 PM
7/8/17 3:15 PM
*appearing courtesy of Actors Equity..
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PCTF2016 Award Winning Short Form now a Full Length appearing as part of Planet Connections Theatre Festivity 2017.