The Unfortunate Cutthroats, a New Dark Comedy by Vagabond
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Dramatizing the extreme depths to which some "reality shows" will sink in order to boost ratings, Good Television follows one such moral spiral to its explosive end. Connie -- an intervention counselor and producer of a television series that showcases people battling addictions -- has reservations about an upcoming episode. But against her better judgment, she agrees to travel to South Carolina with the rest of her colleagues in order to profile a young meth addict and his family. Connie's superiors are hungry for a risk-filled, riveting and potentially explosive episode, while Connie's concerned that she won't be able to fight off her own inner-demons. Learn More
“We’re thrilled to premiere another Boston playwright this year,” said Artistic Director James Peter Sotis. “After our enormous success with last year’s premiere of Bea Wissel’s IRNEnominated Burning the Barn, we are delighted to showcase a new local playwright again this summer. We first recognized Zach’s creativity when he performed as Mairtin Hanlon in VTG’s 2009 production of Martin McDonagh’s A Skull in Connemara and we’re glad to have helped him develop this play. His sharp focus on wit and wordplay really highlights the plays themes of honor, trust, and communication.”