SeeNoSun OnStage Presents Another Chilling Play by Tracy Letts
“This playwright’s gritty brand of dramatic, black comedy is not for the faint of heart,” said SeeNoSun’s Founding Artistic Director Michael Wright. “The enthusiastic response to our production of Tracy Letts’ first play, Killer Joe, proved there is an audience in DC that wants to see shows like Bug,” added Wright, who is also directing the play. “This is a powerful love story wrapped inside a horrific thriller that is more relevant today than when it was written almost 20 years ago.”
In the play, a lonely bartender haunted by the disappearance of her young son falls for a disturbed drifter. The awkward romance takes a dysfunctional turn when their trashy roadside motel room becomes infested with bugs that only they can see. Shared delusions unravel into insanity as this psychological pressure cooker builds to an explosive climax.
SeeNoSun’s production of Bug features Kimberlee Wolfson (Agnes), Matthew Marcus (Peter), Jennifer Osborn (R.C.), Aaron Tone (Goss), and Dave Gamble (Dr. Sweet).
Bug plays from October 8-November 1, 2015 at the Anacostia Arts Center – 1231 Good Hope Road, SE, in Washington, DC 20020. Tickets are $25.00 and can be purchased online.
AUDIENCE WARNING: Bug contains graphic sexual content, nudity, drug use, smoke and violence. It is recommended for mature audiences only.
About SeeNoSun OnStage
SeeNoSun OnStage is a 501(c)3 non-profit theater company dedicated to “The Art of Darkness.” The company has been accepted as an emerging Washington-area professional theatre organization with theatreWashington by the Helen Hayes Awards Board of Governors and is eligible for this year’s John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company. SeeNoSun OnStage also manages the SeeNoSun Literacy Project and is a member organization of ProLiteracy.org.
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