Just as the stag party is about to begin, the bride cancels the wedding. Chris, the jilted fiance, is a walking wounded, but as his three buddies attempt consolation we discover that they, too, are relationship-challenged. Four guys sit around and talk about sex, love, women… and the meaning of life. Jocular and playful, these men can also be frank in revealing their vulnerability and profound desire for love and understanding.
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“Moodie has a sensitive ear for language, faithfully reproducing the prosaic absurdities inherent in daily conversation even as he burnishes them with a fine comic sheen–not unlike a David Mamet who’s lightened up and decided to laugh.” —Ottawa Citizen
About the Author
Andrew Moodie is an Ottawa-born and raised actor, writer, educator, and director with extensive stage, film, and television credits. His plays include: Riot (which won the 1996 Chalmers Canadian Play Award,) Oui, Wilbur County Blues, A Common Man’s Guide to Loving Women, The Lady Smith, The Real McCoy, and Toronto the Good (which was nominated for the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play). Andrew also wrote for the acclaimed CBC Radio series Afghanada.