Random Acts (at Chicago Fringe Festival)
Chicago, IL September 2015
Chicago, IL October 2015
-The Chicago Reader
"Written by a male playwright and driven by strong females, this collaboratively feminist work swapped politics for personality. Built on solid writing and gory humor, “Ladies Night” not only passed the Bechdel test with flying colors but did so in a typically male-dominated genre."
ladies night of the living dead
A cheap hotel room with a bathtub full of booze ensures that Sarah’s bachelorette party will be a prenuptial night to remember – but when a zombie outbreak plagues Chicago, she and her friends find themselves battling challenges much more sobering than waking up naked in the IHOP bathroom. Like BRIDESMAIDS with a bloody twist, the living dead put the ladies’ bonds to the test–spilling secrets, lies, and intestines along the way.
One Act, Approx. 90 minutes with no intermission.
Contains violence, sexual situations and language. Think R-rated.
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"Ladies Night is bold in much of what it's doing...there are some huge and extremely memorable deaths, reveals and shenanigans. The best parts, though, are where the play contrasts itself with restraint - giving us deeper meaning to our zombie mayhem. This world premiere is proof that a strong, fun show can still leave us thinking."
-The Hawk Chicago