Struck by a mystery illness, David receives doctor's orders to relax: something he's incapable of doing. Desperate to conquer his debilitating tension, David dives into a spiraling monologue, a farce that audiences will find familiar, funny, and delightfully weird. 55min. Boston, MA

David Mogolov is a Boston-based writer and monologist. His shows include Eating My Garbage (FRIGID New York 2014, Dallas Solo Fest 2014), Dumber Faster (FringeNYC 2012), There Is No Good News (FRIGID New York 2011), and One Night at T.F. Green (2003 Single File Festival in Chicago). From 2007-2009 he ran the sketch comedy program at ImprovBoston. His theatrical work is published by Indie Theatre Now and he writes a column for the Boston Globe. He is also the proprietor of Out of Stock, a site that prompts artists of all genres to create new work from unexpected stock photography.


Steve Kleinedler has performed, taught, and directed at the Philly Improv Theatre (PHIT) since 2011, and did the same at ImprovBoston from 2002-2011. He has performed at improv festivals throughout North America. Steve directed twenty-four and BackStory at the Philly Fringe, Durang/Durang and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead for Bad Habit Productions in Boston, numerous PHIT and ImprovBoston sketch and improv productions, and six one-man shows written by David Mogolov. Steve is also a founding member of Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago.


Ryan Walsh and Evan Sicuranza were the singers and guitarist for the sadly departed and much-mourned Boston band The Stairs. Ryan has gone on to found the critically-beloved Hallelujah the Hills.

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