From: Gavin Kayner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 21, 2019 7:11 AM
Subject: A Theatrical Announcement
IDENTITY CRISIS IS A HIT!
What audiences and critics are saying -
'Identity Crisis (is) a dance in the subterranean shadows of the subconscious that is definitely worth taking' and ''Flashing the cleverness and wit for which his (Kayner's) writing is known'. C. Graham for Let the Show Begin
''I liked this show. It was funny and ultimately deep and heart wrenching' and 'This production is...fascinating' and 'It was wonderful to watch...' L. Moyer for Taming of the Review
'I had goosebumps' R.Miranda
'Enthralled throughout' E. Rollman
'We absolutely loved the play. It was a true delight' A and C Watson
'Outstanding playwright. Wonderful matinee performance' C. Plotner
'So many good lines, so many interesting things to think about' P Levere
THANKS TO THOSE WHO HAVE COME OUT IN SUPPORT OF THIS SHOW BY YOUR LOCAL FELLOW ARTISTS
We have 4 more performances. TODAY at 2 PM - for example
Scoundrel and Scamp at 738 N 5th Ave.
Let's fill the theater. When arts thrive, we all thrive.
Come on out for an indelible experience.
Written by Gavin Kayner
"Identity Crisis is a fresh new look at the human
condition – off the rails and thoroughly entertaining." V. Flynn
"An evocative, provocative exploration of personal identities –
those buried, forgotten, neglected and even stolen. Entirely
entertaining.' M. Hector
"The characters in Identity Crisis provide us with insights, wisdom
and delightful humor." E. Vought
"Wonderfully weird and totally enjoyable." S. Flynn
Imagine losing your identity. Your sense of self. Your place in the world. Would that be blessing or a curse? Would it free or cripple you? The five characters in Identity Crisis grapple with this question and others as they confront one another in the care home where they live. Out of these confrontations, the characters learn more about who they are – and who they are not. Surprises abound and the ending may well take your breath away.
When – July 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 at 7:30 PM
July 14, 21, 28 at 2:00 PM
Where – Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre – 738 N. Fifth Ave
Contact Phone Number – 780-7476 for tickets or
Tickets - $20 at the door – cash or check.
Kayner's plays have won numerous awards and been stage-read, workshopped, produced and published to generous critical commentary. 'A masterpiece' M. Tabib, Artistic Director Curtain Call Theater and 'A hauntingly beautiful play' S. Gottlieb, LADCC – for The Language of Flowers. 'Lyrically written' K. Allen, Arizona Daily Star and 'A brilliant schematic.' C. Graham, Tucson Citizen for Noche de los Muertos. 'It reads like music, plays like jazz' and 'There's something fascinating happening here' critics Pittsburgh One Act Play Fest for Interior Dialogues. Etc.
Graphic art by Gretchen Wirges.