The Spaghetti Catalyst: An Original Play About a Family in Chaos
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The last date listed for The Spaghetti Catalyst was Sunday May 13, 2012 / 3:30pm.
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A team of young theater artists -- two producers, four directors, eight writers and 25 actors, many of them making their New York City debut -- all come together for this year's New Artist's Festival sharing works that convey all sides of one theme: family. Showing on different nights, you can see two full-length plays -- David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning The Rabbit Hole about loss and Carlos Murillo's Dark Play, or Stories for Boys about a teenage boy's fictional internet identity -- plus seven new short works written for the festival. Learn More
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“Milo Shucavage masters dialogue in The Spaghetti Catalyst_, a serious show by a very serious young playwright. This is a unique opportunity to see the early work of a playwright with a long and successful career ahead of her.” —_The Encore Review
“This talented playwright shows an eye for the drama in everyday situations, not to mention the twisted dynamics of chronically messed-up families.” —Star News Review
Abby grew up in a house that is basically a war zone, with a manic bipolar mother and a father completely apathetic to his home life. When Abby receives a startling surprise at the same time her grandparents are forced to move in with the family, the last few threads of sanity are broken and the family is thrown into utter chaos.
This show runs 90 minutes with no intermission.