|June 20, 2018||8:00 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
In this funny and compassionate slice of life, costumed party entertainer Joy Fields is barely holding it together, having walked out on her marriage and discovered that today of all days she’s out of anxiety medication.
An eccentric but well-meaning young woman is super excited to attend her stepsister's wedding. But having only recently discovered her existence, her stepfamily are less than delighted about her presence on the big day.
Affable buddies Felix and Vincent wander their seaside town, crashing house parties and rifling through unlocked cars, but their aimless evening takes a hilarious turn when they step behind the counter of a corner store and unwittingly join the working world.
Childhood best friends Alice and Marlowe plan a last attempt evening of casual living-room drug use in an effort to save their dwindling adult friendship. But they're on drugs, so things could get weird.
A sticky, intimate bond between a youthful mother and daughter is challenged when the mother helps her daughter throw a party to impress the cool crowd.
A bingo game. An allegorical, wild and humorous portrait. An hommage to eccentricity and entertainment, to those things that remain unchanged.
|Running Time:||85 minutes|