Saturday December 10, 2 PM
All-new comedic plays written and directed by Ned O'Reilly
Writer/director Ned O'Reilly's short comedic play series is back, with a third installment just in time for the holidays.
It's December. Time to reflect on the families, traditions, and inherited traits that made us who we are, whether we like it or not.
This isn't typical holiday fare. The nine scenes in Beta Blockers: Generations talk about Adderall and adrenaline, and preparing for transcendence to a new plane of existence.
They're about bathroom selfies, banks, and bourbon. And they're about figuring out what to do when you wake up with nothing but two machetes to your name.
Beta Blockers: Generations, written and directed by Ned O'Reilly, makes comedy out of all those things about yourself you don't like to think about, but always do anyway.
$10 suggested contribution at the door
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