In the piece, aging bachelor Max Poth tracks down the six children of his six ex-girlfriends and announces to each of them that he is their real father. He's not. What starts as a strange lark soon takes on a deranged life of its own. Soon Poth, for better or worse, is experiencing the universal pains and pleasures of being a dad.
Playwright Matt Smith co-founded Seattle Improv in 1985. Three years later he created Stark/RavingTheatre with Ed Sampson, and together they created and toured numerous shows including the award winning Here/There. His screen credits include Outsourced, Spiderman, Sleepless in Seattle, Whiteface, Northern Exposure, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and Almost Live!.
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