Au Bout de Son Latin (et Moi)

Au Bout de Son Latin, Written by Ryan Ramer, Directed by Kevin Stephanos Charnas (That's me, bishes.)

Sam (played by Natalie Green) is throwing a big get-together and everyone will be there: Chris (Me again, bishes.), Dallas, D.J., Austin, Pat, Casey. The audience won't actually see the party, however; the stage represents Sam's imagination, and we see only the goings-on inside Sam's head. From the subconscious to consciousness to action, watch as Sam's thoughts and feelings work their way through a broken telephone of the mind.

Written by new playwright Ryan Charles Ramer and directed by veteran Kevin Stephanos Charnas, (They called me a "veteran", dang... ), Au Bout de son Latin shows us what it is like be "at the end of our Latin" and to have no more words to express how we feel. When Sam begins to become obsessed with a love interest (me again) who arrives at the soiree, a process of mental unraveling begins as Sam tries desperately to maintain an outward composure. See how Sam discovers the foreign language of the soul in its wordless truth, and how our inner-selves can best be defined through music.

As part of CPT's commitment to local playwrights and producers, CPT presents the third year of Little Box, a series of staged readings of new work in development. Little Box is modeled after CPT's successful Big [BOX] Series but on a smaller scale, designed to foster works at an earlier stage of development.

Cleveland Public Theatre
6415 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH
Sunday, November 15th
The Storefront Studio

So, that's where my stank ass will be performing tomorrow, all y'alls.

Playwright, Ryan Ramer has done a brilliant job of writing a play that I'm rather in love with... And working with Ryan and Natalie Green (who plays "Sam") has truly been my pleasure. They make it very easy. If you're so inclined and able, please come. I'm certain that you'll enjoy it. And if you don't? Well... I'll pull your hair or something like that. But, if I have to spank your bottom, that costs extra.

The "Little Box" series has been selling out, so they recommend that you get there 30 minutes early. For those of our friends and family in California who want to attend, you guys better leave yesterday... or right now at the latest.