Filthy Talk for Troubled Times: And Other Plays

by Neil LaBute

Directed by Daniel Doyle

 
 
A series of biting exchanges by two 'everymen' in a bar, interspersed with scenes and monologues. While Filthy Talk (the title piece in the collection) is a canvas for philosophizing about sex and life and the meaning of it all, the other works in the collection are more about a specific moment – about now. Chekhov said that the day-to-day was the real challenge and that any idiot could handle a crisis, but LaBute isnʼt convinced. His work continually returns to crises, and the catalysts that give birth to these moments of turmoil.


Performances: : Nov. 29-Dec. 2 at Hanes Art Auditorium