Moose on the Loose: A Comedy About an Italian Family and a Canadian Moose
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The tumultuous lives of stand-ups get their due in the new comedy Against The Wall. Based on playwright Charlie Mount's real-life experiences working as a comedian in New York, this theatrical premiere follows volatile young funny man Jeff, who turns to hostility in front of the mic when life stops having meaning away from it. Worried he's heading for a crash, Jeff's best friend sets him up with a beautiful performance artist whose environmentalism masks her own deep well of pain and psychic distress. Together, these two angst-ridden souls begin knocking down each other's walls, uncovering truths about their own comedic sensibilities, and something like love. Learn More
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This was a very pleasant surprize of a play for me. With "Moose on the Loose" as its title-- I was expecting a "whacky" or perhaps "silly" kind of good time from the piece. However, one soon realizes that there's more afoot in the Tapini family...continued
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Directed by Peter Flood
Produced by Stephen E. Rivkin and Zeke Rettman
Theatre West Executive Director – John Gallogly
Produced in association with
Me and My Big Mouth Productions
with Tom Badal, Jemma Bosch, John Cygan, Johnny Ferretti, Mary Garripoli, Laura James, Eric Allen Kramer, Jack Kutcher, Michael Lorre, Nick McDow, Connie Mellors, Dina Morrone, Corinne Shor, and Grant Venable
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