Me, My Mom and Sharmila Explores Family and Identity
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The last date listed for Me, My Mom and Sharmila was Saturday August 9, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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Simply put: In the 18th century, you could not call a man's horse "fat" and get away with it. Young Lucidus, however, wishes the opposite was true in The Coward. Hounded by his honor-obsessed father, Lucidus is pressured into dueling over the equine slight. Not cut out for such sordid stuff -- he's more into entomology and tea -- the young nobleman hires a common criminal to fight in his place ... only to have the scoundrel make a bloody mess of things. A series of duels follows and Lucidus, to his dismay, finds his "fearsome" reputation exceeding his wildest expectations. Though set in the 1790s (sort of), The Coward is a knockout new comedy from Nick Jones (currently a writer for Orange Is the New Black on Netflix). Now Vance Smith directs its Midwest premiere at Theater Wit. Learn More
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It was great! The actress is wonderful and the monologue is well written. It's a great play to bring your teen or older daughters to. The play has many layers to it, ex: " the complexities of one's identity", self love. You learn tidbits about Pakistan, Bollywood . Go see it. It is great, funny and I am still thinking about it days later I stayed for the discussion which was just as amazing.
This play contents mature content and is recommended for audiences over the age of 14.
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