I Google Myself extends its run through to 13 Jul


Theatre Askew's presentation of the comic-drama I Google Myself, by Jason Schafer, extends its run through to 13 Jul 2007.

The play opened at Under St. Mark's on 21 Jun 2007, following previews from 14 Jun and was originally running through to 7 Jul 2007.

I Google Myself is the unusual story of three very different men with the same name. One is a gay porn star with a dirty little secret. One is a stoner mechanic who blogs poetry and has anger management issues. And another is a wily stalker with a balloon fetish, desperate to make a connection. Their worlds collide when one man Googles his own name to find others who share his moniker. What he discovers leads to an unforgettable, ripped-from-the tabloids chain of events that will leave you asking yourself: what would I do to become a top search term on Google?

Directed by Jason Jacobs, I Google Myself features Reed Prescott, Tim Cusack, and John Gardner.

Set design by Robin Vest, with costumes by Dan Urlie, lighting by Charles Fosterand sound by Matthew Pritchard.

Jason Schafer (playwright) is the author ofnumerous episodes of Showtime's GLAAD award-winning Queer as Folk. He also wrote the ascreenplay to Trick starring Tori Spelling as well as scripts for ABC and Fox Television. His plays include The Macy's Account (San Francisco Fringe Festival) and Notes on the Land of Earthquake & Fire (Montana Rep).

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