An evening of two staged readings, presenting new one-act plays from Brett Epstein and Abby Rosebrock (The Flea). Each original piece had to adhere to the same nine "rules".
This time around, the rules are:
1.) Each playwright must begin drafting his/her play immediately after watching the film Lake Placid (1999), starring Bill Pullman, Bridget Fonda and Oliver Platt.
2.) The opening scene of each play must include a character opening, closing and then reopening the door to the theatre.
3.) An audience member, selected the night of the show, must make a cameo.
4.) Two lines of dialogue must be real texts stored in the other playwright’s phone under Sent Messages.
5.) One character in each play was nominated for a Golden Globe in the '90s.
6.) Each play must include the word "jobby."
7.) “Show me on my body where he touched your body.”
8.) There must be a live, unscripted Rorschach test.
9.) Each playwright must act in his/her own play.