Being Alive, A World Premiere by Doug Graham Is A Dark Comedy About Hope, Love, Family and Acceptance--Playing Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8pm June 12-28, 2014
When your dreams are crumbling and your life is not what you pictured how do you go on?
Jim Hand is a struggling father of three teens desperately trying to keep his life together. Despite maintaining his ever cheery attitude and doing everything he believes a good father should, it seems nothing ever goes his way. His oldest son comes out as gay, his daughter is a drug addict and he doesn't know the first thing about his youngest son. Add a mysterious messenger who seems to have objectives of her own as she repeatedly delights in informing Jim of all the terrible things that are about to happen in his life.
Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Evenings at 8pm June 12-28 with special industry performances Monday, June 16 and Wednesday June 25 at 8pm.
Being Alive is directed by Kirk Harris Seaman, is stage managed by Alyssa Leigh Gentry and stars: Bryn Striepe, Andy Fleming, Adam King,Leigh-Ann Campbell, Matt Busch, and Trey York
Being Alive kicks off The Fern Theatre’s New Play Development Series which includes this full production of this brand new play in June and 4 staged readings of new plays by local playwrights in July.
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