Sean Daniels, off Broadway hit – ‘a fizzily fast-paced production‘ (New York Times) – is a laugh-out-loud, poignant tale of a life spinning hideously out of control – ‘a bonfire of disasters’ of wake-up calls and bottomless pits. Enabled by an industry that turns the other way ‘as long as the hits keep coming’, our self-confessed ‘recovering Mormon’ turns repeatedly to the AA for help. When asked to look for a ‘Higher Power’ and having no truck with religion, he finds it elsewhere.
‘A 90-minute spin cylce of laughter and pathos‘ – Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Written by SEAN DANIELS
Directed by SIMON SHARKEY
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