Hi my name is Cynthia Soriano. I'm 18 years old. Currently, I living in New York and I am majoring in Fashion Marketing/Merchandising. I love spending my time reading poetry, taking naps, eating lasagna and trying new things.
The story takes place in Cal's home, where she lives with her husband, Tim, and their daughter. Tim is a beer salesperson and Cal just finished giving birth to their daughter. She is suffering from postpartum depression, and she fears that she won't love her baby girl. Her brother Flynt just lost his wife, because she drowned in a lake. Like any sister would do, she offered her place for her brother to live.
Dena then mentions her figure before she had kids. She mentioned this one night where it was "girls night out" and she went to the club with the other moms. She tried so hard to look nice and sexy. So she is in the club eating nachos, when two young guys come by and start looking at her. She obviously got excited because she thought they were looking at her. But in reality they were looking at the nachos.
His wives, Wife #1 and Wife #3, had hidden her away from him; because of that she sleeps under a bucket or hides every time he comes. But, one day she wakes up in the middle of the night and goes outside to pee. Wife #1 (the head wife in charge) is going crazy looking for her, because if he finds her she will become Wife #4.
My favorite part of the play was that it was interactive. Once the murder of Tony's famous pianist landlord was discovered, Detective O'Brien asked for some lights. The lights went on and the actors screamed in shock asking where all these people came from. Detective O'Brien went on to question the audience, about the steps that each suspect took - Barbara, Ms. Shubert, Eddie Lawrence and Tony. All these people were in the salon when the landlord was murdered.
To me, it seems like all these plays, whether Off Broadway or on Broadway, have characters who "make it" in life. So. what happened to the people who didn't "make it" in life? Steve, is exactly that. It's about a failed Broadway chorus boy, Steven, and his three friends Matt and Carrie. The play follows their life and all the problems surrounding them.
Gigantic is about Robert, who is sent to "fat camp" by his parents and his guidance counselor. I thought to myself "is there really a fat camp, why?" Robert is obese and in his high school, the music teacher bought him this enormous drum set so he could play it at the talent show. But when he was finished, the bleachers collapsed! Everyone laughed at him and they recorded it and put it on YouTube. Which is so mean!
Hir is three stories in one it's about a war vet, Isaac, who's coming home, a transgender named Max who was finding his way through the world, along with his mother Paige, who was trying to figure and finally living in a household that wasn't male-dominated anymore by her husband Arnold.
The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey is a one-man show, staring James Lecesne, who plays a detective in a small town in New Jersey. He is investigating the cruel murder of a 14 year-old boy named Leonard Pelkey. Through his journey, he finds the mark that Leonard left on the small town, teaching women about a LBD or teaching his aunt and cousin that you could never be too much of yourself.
People like myself and Glenn create a stuck up, mean, "bitchy" persona, so no one can get to know what is actually happening inside. But Glenn was tired of Divine and wanted to be taken seriously - he led his own alter ego to his death in his hotel room.