Not Even the Good Things
NOT EVEN THE GOOD THINGS is a dark comedy where a millennial getaway falls apart in the presence of the ghost of a young girl that only one character -- despite his best efforts -- is able to see. The play deals with a group of six 20-something-year-old friends who gather in a mountain cabin to enjoy a well-deserved vacation. It's just they can't seem to enjoy anything, really. What is supposed to be a fun and carefree evening evolves into a drunken circus of attempted infidelity, nonsense, and weird religion. This all takes place under the watchful gaze of a young girl who only shows herself to one person, while he steadily and hilariously loses his grip on reality in the company of his oblivious friends. The nature of shame, sexuality, loyalty, intoxication, privilege and faith are all explored in this achingly funny new play.
Running Time: 75 minutes, with no intermission
Schedule varies. Check the official website for the most up-to-date performance days and times.
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by BWW News Desk - July 15, 2019
NOT EVEN THE GOOD THINGS, a new play by Joseph Scott Ford begins opens tomorrow, Tuesday, July 16th at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street) for a limited run through Saturday, July 27th.