Presenting the world premiere of XENOMENFRITO by David Mandel, which has already been compared to WAITING FOR GODOT and the sitcom FRIENDS. One reader described the play as "Gen-Y Richard Foreman." The action of the play centers around three young people who continue to meet each other in various states of self-awareness, all the while questioning their landscape and the interpersonal allegiances necessary to happiness. Socially relevant issues presented in the work include Ted Nugent, marriage and the use of refrigerated butterflies, lone gunman loose in the Southland, single motherhood, dieting, and the theatre itself. They tried to cut down on some of the cliche existentialism, but some of it stubbornly remains.