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The dingy back alley of a sleepy Vermont coffeehouse is home to trash bins, weathered patio furniture, and two affable slackers. KJ and Jasper fill their languid days with Bukowski references, low-key jam sessions, and ‘shroom-spiked tea. When a new employee—the smart but awkward teen Evan—attempts to evict them from their makeshift perch, KJ and Jasper recruit him as their unlikely summer protégé. Praised by The Village Voice as “an eloquent meditation on creativity and time’s passage,” this drama is a subtle ode to the truth and compassion hidden in unexpected people and places. From the critically acclaimed writer of Circle Mirror Transformation.

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Press


A pristinely acted production.

The Washington Post

McKenzie is mesmerizing as KJ, with all the innocuous potential of a smothered stick of dynamite.

Washingtonian

Neugebauer possesses skilled talent in making Annie Baker’s scripted silences, one word monologues, and the sense of nothing much happening in ordinary situations -authoritative, heartbreakingly touching, and truly unforgettable.

DC Metro Theatre Arts

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John Keith Hall
Production Stage ManagerJohn Keith Hall
Christopher Mirto
Assistant DirectorChristopher Mirto