Playwright(s): Will Eno
Will Eno, the celebrated playwright of The Realistic Joneses, has written a dark, funny, quietly moving examination of one man's search for “home.” He stands before us, seeking our help. We're not sure where he comes from. He seems rather like us, but not. As he unpacks his peculiar story, comparing the odd traditions in his country of birth with the unsettling realities of life here, it becomes increasingly obvious that the resolution to his quest is anything but certain.
What do you do when a quiet, shy man talks with you about missing home? When he’s Christopher Stanton… you listen.
- Jon Kaplan (NOW Magazine)
This is a subtle, impeccably performed philosophical comedy… Anyone who wants to get to know one of the more profound and distinctive voices in contemporary American drama should make certain not to miss it.
- Christopher Hoile (Stage Door)
No performances scheduled.