Sunday, April 29 at 6:30pm
Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W. 43rd St.

Rebecca, a woman in her 70s, finds a savagely wounded young man in her living room one day, and promptly calls her old flame to ask him to come over and do something about it. When he arrives and nonchalantly covers the body with a blanket, Rebecca asks him what he’s been up to and why he brought a bottle of wine.

This is a play about relationships, about loss, about the triviality of everyday interactions, about ice cream, about loneliness, and about what makes a place feel like home.

Max Langert has had plays produced in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston and Nashville. He’s a regular participant in FronteraFest and has been a featured storyteller at Testify, Austin Bat Cave and Listen To Your Mother. He’s got cute, wacky kids, enjoys cloudy weather, and writes ScriptWorks’ weekly newsletter.