Bash

Closed
1hr. 30min.
Opened Feb 3, 2006
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Bash is a compelling collection of three one-act plays by über-writer-director Neil LaBute exploring what lies beneath the human psyche's surface and whether perception and reality co-exist with ordinary people. Dan Bonnell directs. Iphigenia in Orem features Brian Cousins playing a Mormon salesman recounting the devastating loss of his five-month-old daughter, Emma. Set within the trappings of a hotel bedroom filled with mini-bar temptations, Cousins sadly begins to unravel, revealing the horrifying circumstances of his newborn's death. It's not what you think... The second play, A Gaggle of Saints, features the delightful tandem of Jon Beavers and Mandy Siegfried, portraying a young Boston College couple on a weekend trip to Manhattan with friends, highlighted by a black tie youth group affair at a swank New York City hotel. Little do they know the night will also take them to Central Park. What happens there is nothing short of appalling... In Medea Redux, an engaging monologue performed by Candace McAdams, the audience is led through a past relationship she had with an English teacher at the age of 13. Stranded in pregnancy and later with a baby, she recounts the experience, ultimately leading to a meeting with the man years later. What happens next is shocking...

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