Amanda is a genius. Ily is a drug dealer. Kit is a runaway. Mutt is a mess. Will is a shit disturber. Daniel doesn’t know what he’s doing there.
It’s a high school garage party. Everyone’s a bit too drunk and a bit too stoned and a bit uncomfortable in their own skin. It’s an explosive combination, but it’s better than being alone on a Friday night in suburbia.
News & Reviews
“Very real, very now, and unexpectedly poetic.” —Globe & Mail
“Gritty, groundbreaking theatre; electrifying.” —Calgary Sun
“A wild, sometimes hilarious expression of angst… You might want to look away, but you probably can’t” —Toronto Star
About the Author
Geoffrey Simon Brown is a playwright and actor born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He is the co-creator of the Major Matt Mason Collective, a theatre company dedicated to creating intimate, visceral, experimental theatre about and for Calgary’s younger generation. Geoffrey is a graduate of The National Theatre School of Canada’s playwriting program. His work has been produced in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, and Montreal. Brown’s plays include The Circle, Michael Mysterious, Time, Still Still Still, Control, Air, and Destroy.