I love seeing people I recognize onstage.
And though I’m not from Marble Head, outside of Boston (pronounced “Mahble Head, outside of Bahston”), playwright August Schulenburg has written some beautifully complex, and very familiar, characters in his funny, tragic, compelling new play, Honey Fist.
Listen in as Gus and director Kelly O’Donnell discuss where Gus’s “most autobiographical play” (that’s not autobiographical) came from, the late-night last-minute carving of bongs, and why Honey Fist is running in rep with Sans Merci (hear the Sans Merci podcast here — and, listen to Gus & Kelly’s first outing on the podcast, about Adam Szymkowicz’s play Hearts Like Fists, here).
“Wha, you think you’re bettah than me?”
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Flux Theatre Ensemble presents
by August Schulenburg
directed by Kelly O’Donnell
thru May 18, 2013, in rep with Sans Merci; see the full schedule here
4th Street Theatre
83 E. 4th Street
tickets available via OvationTix
photos by Ken Glickfeld
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