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Titus Andronicus

Impact Theatre and PlayGround present
Written by Lauren Yee
Directed by Desdemona Chiang
May 3–Jun 9, 2012

About the play

Liz and Rob, siblings in their late 20s, are stuck. Liz, an overachiever, was recently jilted; Rob, technically an actor, has little motivation; both are back at home, more or less glued to the couch. Kathleen, their mother, has recently taken up with her real estate agent, who's helping her sell her the family home. And while the earth moves under Kathleen's bed, another geological event is happening in the living room: a huge crevice opens up beneath the couch. First Rob is sucked in, then Liz. In the crevice world, a cracked-mirror replica of our own, anyone can seemingly have anything they want. But is that really a good idea? As in her 2008 smash hit Ching Chong Chinaman, Lauren Yee takes the audience on hilarious and unexpected twists and turns with a healthy dose of magical realism.

Featuring Laura Jane Bailey, Marissa Keltie, Timothy Redmond, Reggie D. White, and Jordan Winer.

*member of Actors Equity Association