Sarah Shear, Aaron Mauck, Adrian Abel Amador, & Jay Cobian of “Scum”

SCUM, a new play by Sarah Shear, directed by Javan NelsonListen in as playwright & performer of Scum, Sarah Shear, along with fellow cast members Aaron Mauck, Adrian Abel Amador, & Jay Cobian, discuss nuclear overlay maps, Bartle’s Taxonomy of Players, playing against type and finding commonality with your character, emotional vs. physical labor, personal playwriting challenges, doomsday prep, healthy compromise, and just what scum is, both externally and internally.

“…the reason why I think Scum is a little bit more universal […] is because it’s really about personal politics, more than anything else. It’s about how do we operate, and how do we, essentially, love each other…”

Scum

written by Sarah Shear
directed by Javan Nelson

thru August 18, 2018

The Producers’ Club
The Royal Theater
358 W. 44th Street
Manhattan

tickets: $25, available via BrownPaperTickets

SCUM, a new play by Sarah Shear, directed by Javan Nelson, photo by Marth Brown SCUM, a new play by Sarah Shear, directed by Javan Nelson, photo by Marth Brown SCUM, a new play by Sarah Shear, directed by Javan Nelson, photo by Marth Brown SCUM, a new play by Sarah Shear, directed by Javan Nelson, photo by Marth Brownphotos by Marth Brown

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