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The Eclectic Company Theatre presents
the World Premiere of
Preposterous
written by Jason Britt
directed by Taylor Ashbrook
produced by Jason Britt and Chelsea Sutton

Featuring
Laura Lee Bahr, Jason Britt,
Rachel Kanouse, Angela Landis, Erik Saari & John Klopping

Set Designer Michael Harris
Lighting Designer
Rebecca Bonebrake
Sound Designer Tim Sprague
Stage Manager Jennifer Salas
Assistant Director Chelsea Sutton

September 2 - October 9, 2011
Fri & Sat at 8pm, Sun at 7pm
Tickets: 818.508.3003 or
visit www.EclecticCompanyTheatre.org
There will be Pay-What-You-Can performances on Sept 4 and Sept 16.
This world premiere drama, filled with humor and compassion, follows the troubled love life of Allen and his close-knit group of friends as they struggle through the challenges of adulthood and human bonds.

In the waning hours of a wake, the death of their friend John still a tragic cloud in the air, Allen and his ex-girlfriend Miranda are reunited and forced to confront the open wounds of their past and the mysterious future that lies ahead. Ultimately, their relationship with each other and their four other friends digs deeper, stretching backward in time to decipher the muddle of companionship, friendship and love - with plenty of drinks to go around. 

How do people manage life? Death, loss, heartbreak, music, drinking, debate, games, sex, laughter, love - sometimes it all seems too complicated, too difficult - so why not make it a party! Is love preposterous? Perhaps. But it's also inevitable.