Selma Rogers is an electrologist having a bad bad day. Her work is about to become obsolete. Her girlfriend broke up with her. Her writing teacher won't read past the first sentence of her stories. Her grandmother has a strange relationship with a pair of bunny slippers and no one will let her talk to her daughter. Rachel May directs a razor-sharp comedic cast with a heaping helping of craziness in Hard Feelings, a Southeastern premiere by Neena Beber. With hilarity and heart, style and dash, Beber charts the journey of a 30-something single searching for the possibility of daring to hope. Maybe.