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Relations Unknown
a Comedy/Drama
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA
by Topher Payne

COMPANY : The Process Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : 3rd Space Theater
ID# 1379

SHOWING : October 21, 2005 - November 19, 2005

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Originally produced by Process in June of 2003, this revised and re-imagined version of "Relations Unknown" introduces us to Shep and Narissa, who became best friends after their boyfriends left them on the same day... for each other. But that was all twenty months ago, and one phone call from Narissa's ex quite suddenly and unexpectedly brings them all back together again. The four former intimates clash and crash their way through a crisis, handling it all with wit, style, and plenty of cocktails. Add to the mix a very proper Mississippi mama, a sperm bank technician who may or may not be a psychologist, a lesbian pot dealer on a mission from God, and Harry Potter, and you've got the ingredients for a great comedy by the author of "Beached Wails" and "Bad Mama".


CAST & CREW LIST
Playwright Topher Payne
Director DeWayne Morgan
Assistant Director Joshua Minney
Stage Manager Jeanette Stinson
Owen Dan Balmer
Chris Rob Bullard
Shep Larry Davis
Ms. Eckles (understudy) Megan Hayes
Dorothy Jean (understudy) Jo Howarth
Ms. Eckles Marcie Millard
Dorothy Jean Betty Mitchell
Narissa Michelle Rivera
Lou Lily Yancey
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REVIEWS

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Have dinner, see this show and go out for drinks... there are angels everyw
by oz
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
4.0
I got to see this production on Monday night. I must say that the talent in Atlanta is overwhelming. Even when the theme of HIV is a very hard issue to deal with, the story line pulled it off without a hitch. I love the entire play. I laughed and cried and got a lot of time to reflect on many of the issues.
The actors are phenomenal, especially Marcie Millard, as Ms.Eckels and Lily Yancey as Lou. They got me on stitches; so looking forward to every time they opened their mouths. The production is well worth the uncomfortable seats. Anyone who know anyone gay or has had a break-up or has donated to a sperm bank should see this. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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