|June 22, 2018||7:30 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
When a little bird suddenly drops dead in it’s cage, all eyes are on the cat.
Kurt, a well-to-do, yet awkward English teacher in Prague, finds himself unexpectedly celebrating Christmas Eve in the house of one of his middle-aged students and his attractive wife. Kurt is forced to deal with his anxiety about sharing intimate moments with strangers in a strange place.
Alexander calls a number he knows really well.
“I’ll give you 100 bucks,” he suggests. Jokingly she agrees, and nothing will be the same.
Working another routine babysitting job, Teeny is shocked by a face from her past. Over the course of the day, she decides to become the woman she had no idea she always wanted to be.
Sam loves his job working in the morgue, almost as much as he loves his celebrity idol, Alfred Molina. When Molina arrives on Sam’s cold hard slab (a potential victim of some nefarious seals), his world is thrown into chaos and despair.
A comedy about death… and living to tell about it.
Wyrm has two days to get his first kiss or he'll be held back as part of the school district's No Child Left Alone program, forced to wear his My.E.Q. Remote Monitoring collar throughout high school.
|Running Time:||97 minutes|