Elisabeth Gray's eclectic new one-woman play, written in the Southern gothic style.
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Based on real people Gray met growing up in the South, Southern Discomfort is a comedic exploration of loneliness and the drastic measures people take to overcome it. The play brings a collection of idiosyncratic characters to life: Ranging from a one-armed teenage boy selling Civil War re-enactment weaponry at his father’s gun stall, to a former beauty queen in a plastic surgeon’s office obsessed with facial symmetry, to a forlorn tow truck driver in love with an African-American-Mormon stripper.
What Is Southern Discomfort Like?
Southern Discomfort is staged in the intimate Huron Club below the SoHo Playhouse. The venue features several round tables, a row of barstools and a small stage with just enough room for Gray and her large trunk of props and costumes. Clocking in at 60 ...
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