By Margret Echeverria
… this story is not that of one generational thread. It is a visceral woven tapestry of the kids we made, trauma induced memory, rape, racism, sexual identity questions, opioid addiction, Connecticut Soul Cycle bitches, and extreme pressure to get that Ivy League acceptance letter. The artistry of Morissette is magnified by Cody – that raw honest desire Generation X has been afraid to feel since the ’90’s. We commit to poetic earthy characters manifested organically from the womb; not at all like a narrative forced into an album written 25 years ago to make another buck.
Oh, c’mere. Shhhh. That definition of ironic thing? Totally handled. Get your ass in this seat and join the revolution!
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WITH: Elizabeth Stanley (Mary Jane Healy), Sean Allan Krill (Steve Healy), Derek Klena (Nick Healy), Celia Rose Gooding (Frankie Healy), Lauren Patten (Jo), Kathryn Gallagher (Bella), Logan Hart (Andrew), Antonio Cipriano (Phoenix), Ebony Williams (Pharmacist/Therapist), Laurel Harris (Barista), Jane Bruce (Jill/Teacher), Heather Lang (Courtney), John Cardoza (Drug Dealer), Max Kumangai (Doctor).
Scenic Design, Riccardo Hernandez; Costume Design, Emily Rebholz; Lighting Design, Justin Townsend; Sound Design, Jonathan Deans; Video Design, Lucy Mackinnon; Hair, Wig,and Make-up Design, J. Jared Janas; Production Stage Management, ByIra Mont(The Producers).