(In)Appropriate Behavior From Dysfunctional Siblings in Comic Drama
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The last date listed for Appropriate was Sunday December 1, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Award-winning comedy duo the Pajama Men -- known for their wit, outlandish characters, fast-paced physical comedy, improv, and all-around lunacy -- offer the gift of a new show this holiday season. Just the Two of Each of Us is a thrilling, time-warped tale that weaves together the lives of seemingly unrelated characters to create a surprisingly cohesive -- and almost painfully hysterical -- story. Beulah would eat a spider to fit in with the cool kids. Nadine's arm is missing and she wants it back. Franz's biggest problem is that life is too easy. And a procrastinating king has only 700 years to get his shit together because if he doesn't, it's certain death for everyone. The Pajama Men (Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez) play all the show's characters, with live musical accompaniment by Kevin Hume. Learn More
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A very memorable experience. This play is conceived and executed in real world terms. The characters are damaged and realize their limitations. They are trying to heal and adapt, just as people truly behave. They struggle with defending themselves as they want to be perceived and yet yearn to be able to drop those defenses with members of their family. The characters speak as you and your colleagues really do--no pretenses to erudition and no wallowing in vulgarity. The closure they seek is near...then eludes them. No silly or unwarranted ending to APPROPRIATE. Fantastic set and audio prompts. Fine acting. Highly recommended play. Would be surprised if it doesn't move on to a larger venue--perhaps New York City.
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Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company ignites an explosive engagement between theatre artists and the community by developing, producing and promoting new plays that explore the edges of theatrical style and human experience, and by implementing new ways to use the artistry of theatre to serve the people of Greater Washington, DC.