By Zach Braff
Directed by Andy Bennett
In the dead of winter, at the luxury Long Beach Island apartment of his wealthy friend, Charlie has hit rock bottom on his 35th birthday. Heartbroken, he is about to hang himself. And that’s when a high-priced call girl, the town fireman, and an eccentric British real estate agent show up to spoil his good time. Soon, Charlie is forced to come to terms with the misery of being young and handsome in a world that wants him to actually contribute something of value.
This hilarious new play by Zach Braff – best known as the star of the smash-hit TV comedy Scrubs and as the writer, director and star of the award-winning film Garden State– gleefully skewers a generation of self-obsessed spoiled brats by taking the classic farce style of Neil Simon and giving it a modern, hysterical and emo-fueled edge. The result is an angst-ridden comedy with its tongue firmly planted in cheek.
“Slick and lively ... sensationally funny” – New York Times
Jan 23-25, 30-Feb 1 & 6-8, 2014
All shows at 8pm