Why See Actually, We're Fxxcked?
Four Millennials. One Dying Planet
From the mind of celebrated American theater maker Matt Williams comes 'Actually We're F**ked', a brand new play that boldly blends whipsmart millenial knowhow with the near apocalyptic issues the planet faces with entertaining consequences. Directed by his longtime collaborator John Pasquin (Home Improvement, Miss Congeniality Two), the hilarious four hander stars stage and screen up and comers Ben Rappaport, Miarin Lee, Keren Lugo and Gabriel Sloyer.
Every Thursday, a quartet of young twenty-somethings order takeout, crack open a couple bottle of wine and catch up on life. As the MSG and alcohol flows, talk invariably turns to the state of the planet They know its in a terrible state and they're the only ones to fix it, they're the generation that will save (or unf**k as they eloquently put it) the world. However, this bravado stops dead in its tracks when one of the four drops a life-changing truth bomb that challenges everything they believe.
Previews from: 27 February 2019
Opening night: 7 March 2019
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