Rachel Dart, director, & David L. Williams, playwright, of aMios’s “In the Meantime”

What if the moment you’re in is the only one that matters? Could it be that, as one of the characters posits, you’ve never done anything — so you’ve never done anything wrong?

That’s the central question of aMios’s production of In the Meantime by David L. Williams, directed by Rachel Dart. I had the pleasure of taking in an invited dress, and I can vouch for it — this is a fun play with well-placed laughs, but which will have your head awhirl when it ends.

Still, as you’ll hear in the podcast, at it’s heart, “it’s about three people in a bar, and the trouble that can bring.”

Listen in as Rachel, David & I discuss this play about the present, the possibility of an “anti-Boal” that dedicates theatre to being as selfish as possible, writing in bars, having work in your back pocket ready to go, and that ever-annoying question to any theatre artist: “what’s your play about?”

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aMios presents
In The Meantime
by David L. Williams

directed by Rachel Dart

Lauren Berst*
Eddie Boroevich*
Jillian LaVinka*
*Actors appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

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