How I Became An Interesting Person, an Offbeat Story about Relationships
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The last date listed for How I Became An Interesting Person was Sunday February 22, 2009 / 3:00pm.
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A laugh-out-louder. Much more theatre than I expected. Actors overplayed their characters a bit for such a small venue but they were well directed and the play was well staged. I would give it more stars but I cannot move my curser any farther...continued
Wayne moves to a one-room penthouse apartment on Russian Hill, and immediately things change. His coworkers are eager to see his new place, and the rules in his new environment include sharing one refrigerator and one bathroom with his fellow residents! On top of it all, Wayne’s landlady, Mrs. Walker, has taken an interest in him and wants to let him in on a little secret. There is something for everyone in this offbeat look at life changes and interpersonal relationships. Will Wayne learn to accept himself as he is, or will he conform to fit the expectations of others?
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