By Sheila Callaghan
Directed by Maggie Rogers
When Jess hears that her mother, who she has not seen in 10 years, is on her deathbed, she embarks on a cross country journey fueled by self-loathing. Accompanied by Victor, her mercurial fashion mogul travel companion who may or may not be real, Jess discovers who she is, how to love herself, and how to wear it well. Sheila Callaghan’s fantastical and brash dark comedy explores society’s obsession with body image and fashion.
Aproximately 2 hours and 15 minutes including an intermission.
This play deals with bodies, drugs, sex, and suicide. It won’t be easy, but it will be safe. This production contains herbal cigarette smoke, haze, and strobe lighting.