Four women who call the Garden State home are lost, stifled by sex, drugs, dead-end jobs and unfinished dissertations. In a play that weaves together four stories, and features a talking stuffed cat and the ideas of philosopher Immanuel Kant, the women search for happiness and instead stumble upon the sublime. This is the first play of Ken Urban's The New Jersey Trilogy.
"Obscenely funny, deeply disturbing, KANT is required viewing." -- Los Angeles Times
"A brutal, challenging laugh-out loud play." -- Seattle Weekly
The benefit performance on Saturday September 16 will feature a reception and a panel discussion featuring the creative team and OBIE-Award winning playwrights Lisa D'Amour and Matthew Maguire.
Box Office Hours: Available at theatre an hour before showtime, cash only
Appropriate For Ages: 18 and older