for the relief of unbearable urges
On Saturday night we went to see Maggie Smith’s Good Heif, directed by our pal Sarah Cameron Sunde and presented by New Georges at The Ohio. It is “a peculiar fable set in a hot, dry landscape” about a boy coming of age in a rough, primitive world. It is a quirky, darkly humorous show.Without going into too much detail let’s just say that the title of the show refers to advice the boy receives on how to deal with his prominently-featured tumescence. Moo! And you thought your adolescence was rough! You should see what this poor kid named “Lad” has to go through!
The show runs Weds-Mon through October 27th; Mondays are pay-what-you-will.