I Google Myself, a new play by Queer As Folk writer Jason Schafer, is the unusual story of three very different men with the same name. One is a gay porn star with a dirty little secret. One is a stoner mechanic who blogs poetry and has anger management issues. And another is a wily stalker with a balloon fetish, desperate to make a connection. Their worlds collide when one man Googles his own name to find others who share his moniker. What he discovers leads to an unforgettable, ripped-from-the tabloids chain of events that will leave you asking yourself: what would I do to become a top search term on Google?
"good trashy fun" - The New York Times
"a darkly comic daisy chain of power, vanity and revenge... worth searching out" - Time Out
"a canny Internet Age thriller... relentless and compelling" - NYTheatre.com
"tabloid fodder... a roller coaster of silliness" - Back Stage
"self-consciously outside of the mainstream, looking in with wit and intelligence" - Village Voice