The Drawer Boy: Thinking Cap Theatre's Comic Drama on the Power of Storytelling
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The last date listed for The Drawer Boy was Sunday November 18, 2012 / 5:00pm.
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This was an awesome play full of all emotions..We laughed alot, and cried...I only knew a little about the story but it took a twist the second half that I did not see coming...not predictable...my favorite kind of play....the acting was...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Thanks to the work of director Stodard and the lovely performances of a three-man cast, The Drawer Boy is once again demonstrating the warmth, humor and loss contained in a compelling story … Stodard has shaped her small cast into a cohesive ensemble. Gibbons is delightfully deadpan … Kroczynski is moving and energized.” —Miami Herald
“An enormously powerful show” —__New Times __
“Miles (Scott Douglas Wilson) and Angus (Mark Krozynski) are wonder in the play … a jigsaw puzzle of a comic drama… We are left with art’s power to entertain on one level, but heal and transform on another.” —Sun Sentinel
The Drawer Boy**
**By Michael Healey
Directed by Nicole Stodard
About the Ticket Supplier: Thinking Cap Theatre
Since its founding in 2010, Thinking Cap Theatre has brought a slice of NYC’s downtown theatre scene to downtown Fort Lauderdale. Thinking Cap has made a name for itself locally and nationally for tackling challenging works. The company’s artistic director Nicole Stodard was named Best Director by the New Times in 2012.
Thinking Cap is devoted to experimental, provocative, and socially-conscious work. We program plays that tell compelling stories in fresh and surprising ways. Thinking Cap also aims to engage with works that treat a range of identities more accurately reflective of today’s society; to dismantle norms and stereotypes through non-reactionary, honest means; and to present historical works that have rarely or never seen the light of the stage.