6 short, dark plays by Jeffrey James Ircink
Between your front stoop and the stage lie some truths.
Produced by Babbling Bohemian Productions and sponsored by The Horny Goat Hideaway, these 6 short plays examine
the dark side of human behavior.
An elderly couple talk about sex. A Los Angles businessman and a transient banter about religion. One youth bent on revenge after
15 years. A chance meeting leads to film noir & sex. A man reveals a secret to his Irish parents. A dissertation of 7 years spent
in Bel Air living with "the bitch".
Everyone has a dark side. What's yours?
Thursday – Saturday, March 21-23, March 28-30, April 4-6. 8 p.m
BONUS! Special screening of the award-winning short film, PASS THE SALT, PLEASE, starring Fionnula Flanagan & Seymour Cassell
Nightly giveaways by The Horny Goat Hideaway, Cream City Rickshaw and Roots Salon
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION CAN BE FOUND HERE.
Jeffrey James Ircink has worked in theatre and film in Milwaukee, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Los Angeles. His original plays have taken him to Belfast, Sydney, Manhattan, Seattle, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Dayton, Bel Air, and Milwaukee, and have been adapted to two short films. He will be seen in the upcoming short, The Atheist, directed by Anthony Presti
You can find Jeff’s Facebook info, playwright website and blog if you read his Twitter bio here – http://about.me/jeffreyjamesircink