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The last date listed for How May I Connect You? (Or, Scenes in the Key of D:\) was Sunday September 29, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Sometimes "livin' large" is no kind of living at all. At least not when you're tipping the scales at 600 pounds like Charlie, the moving (but nearly immobile) protagonist of The Whale. Since the death of his boyfriend, Charlie has confined himself to his small Idaho apartment and is eating himself to death. His only friend, a nurse, nearly kills him with kindness while his only acquaintance, a troubled young missionary, is determined to rescue his soul. Unwilling to seek medical treatment despite his rapidly declining health, Charlie instead attempts to reconnect with the teenage daughter he hasn't seen in 15 years. Obie Award-winning playwright Samuel D. Hunter (A Bright New Boise) wrote this humorous and devastating drama that won the 2013 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Kevin Main
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You can tell the performers are having fun. I was not sure how it all was supposed to come together. I think the title prepared me for something else. There was no flirting or connecting in a romantic,intimate way. I think moslty they need time to gel as a group and discover each other's strengths and weaknesses. But props to them for making the show happen and having ideas they want to explore.
Please be advised that <i>HMICY?</i> contains strong language.