by Josh Piven | Directed by William Steinberger
After being fired from Facebook for some drunken twerking at Mark Zuckerberg’s wedding, Andy decides he’s done with social media, for good. He throws his savings into Library, a 1920s-style cocktail lounge in Brooklyn, with a no cell phone policy. Late one night, Tricky Nicky Slick — Andy’s long-lost father and former drummer for the ‘80s hair-band Black Widow— appears, claiming he wants to make amends with Andy and Tina, Andy’s mother, who waitresses at the bar. Nicky embarks on a business plan to turn the wainscoted, bookcase-lined supper club into an ‘80s-style Miami Vice-inspired nightmare...but something else is afoot.
It’s hipsters versus headbangers in this hilarious new play about who can justly lay claim to the past...and whether Loverboy is always better than Billie Holiday.
Featuring Richard Chan, Eric Cover, Chris Davis, Dave Fiebert, Trevor Foehl, Hannah Gold, Bob Heath, and Amanda Schoonover.
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The new stage comedy, 16-26 June 2016, Drexel URBN Annex. Purchase tickets (May 9)
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