March 20-22 & 27-29, 2020
Two sets of parents meet to discuss in a civilized fashion the fight their eleven year old sons had on the school playground. Polite remarks are followed by a sociable drink—or two. Tensions develop between the couples. Tensions develop within the couples. And before you know it, the gloves come off and it’s a verbal free-for-all. The New York Times called this Tony winning drama “A study in tension between civilized surface and savage instinct.” The language gets tough and vulgar, the remarks are personal and deadly, and the play grows fascinating as we wait to see where these four “civilized” people end up.
Very adult. Strong and coarse language.
Connor Klee is an active member of Actor’s Equity Association and has worked as both actor and stage manager in mid-Michigan. Connor is also a professional director who has tackled shows, such as, 12 Angry Men, Gidion’s Knot and The Way We Get By, to name just a few. Connor studied at the University of Michigan – Flint, graduation with a BFA in Theatre Performance. A native to the Flint-area, Connor is thrilled to be working with Bay City Players and cannot wait to tell deeply human, relevant and interesting stories for the community.