I Used To Write On Walls at the Gene Frankel Theatre
Working Manï¿½s Clothes Productions present I Used To Write On Walls, an anti-romantic comedy by Bekah Brunstetter, opening at the Gene Frankel Theatre on 11 Oct 2007, following previews from 4 Oct and running through to 27 Oct 2007.
I Used To Write On Walls: Diane, Georgia and Joanne are 3 modern women living very different lives. Diane, a catastrophically lonely cop in her mid-30ï¿½s, struggles to find love in the city. Georgia, an early 20ï¿½s beat/street poet, frequents open-mike nights to vent the heartache of a missing boyfriend. Joanne, 30, is a make-up artist for Sears Roebuck who suffers from a severe case of Kolpophobia. Unknowingly, their romantic infatuations center on one individualï¿½Trevor, age 24, a sexy, stoned surfer/skater who is on a 'rad, rad philosophical journey.'
Directed by Diana Basmajian, I Used To Write On Walls features Jeff Berg, Darcie Champagne, Ellen David, Rachel Dorfman, Maggie Hamilton, Mary Round, Chelsey Shannon and Levita Shaurice.
The design team comprises Candice Thompson (costumes) and Jake Platt (lighting).
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