Who are we? Maybe we are all Dicks? “The Play about a Dick” has more in store than you might expect.
~Revew and Story by Dana Nollsch~
“The Play about a Dick” premiered in Prague as a full production late last year and now has its US premiere, right here in Reno at Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company. Written by Aaron Wilton, The play about a Dick may not be what you expect, but you will feel the intense emotions that are examined in this 90-minute production. I found myself laughing uncomfortably from time to time as these deeper subjects are explored and trigger points were pushed with hints of cynicism.
Enid is looking for love on Craig’s List, the results are quite unimaginable. Murray is looking for validation, he is not ready for what Enid has for him. To tell you more would quite possibly spoil the surprises and twists “The Play about a Dick” has in store.
The cast is wonderful in roles that seem to require some deep soul acting. I am impressed with this ensemble cast and their ability to address such a powerful story.
The play about a dick has adult subjects that may be a bit disturbing, including suicide, and bullying.
This is Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company’s Artown show and with that, they are offering something special.
Go see “The Play about a Dick” if you are looking for a Dark Comedy with the emphasis on dark.
Enid, Played by Evonne Kezios
Murray, Played by Jim Godwin
Birdy, Played by Darcy Lenardson
Margi, Played by Ashley Marie James
Magnus, Played by Tyler Allen
Duck, Played by David Richards
Director: Amanda Alvey
Assistant Director: Joe Daniel Montelongo
Managing Director: Christopher Daniels
Producing Artistic Director: Joe Atack
Associate Producing Artistic Director: Bill Ware
Stage Manager: Jacqueline Fisher
Assistant Stage Manager: Castle Paige
Costume Design: Lyndsey Langsdale & Lain Snyder
Set Design: Bill Ware
Lighting Design: Bill Ware
Sound Design: Joe Atack
Poster Design: Matthew McDowell
Music Supervisor: Ashley Marie James
Tech: Miguel Diaz
Crew: Stacy Rose Lott
For More information about Good Luck Macbeth check out their website: http://www.goodluckmacbeth.org/