For the stage. When four men set off to find an isolated cabin in the forest on a “wildman” weekend, a la Robert Bly,
everything that can go wrong does! Andy, a men’s movement... More > advocate, and Robin, a crystal-gazing New Ager, coax Stewart, an unsuspecting grocer, and Randall, a skeptical, city lawyer, into reluctantly participating in male-bonding ceremonies and communal hugs. The result? Hockey cheers and Neil Young singalongs!
This play is a satire on men’s self-help encounters of the type made famous by drum-beating poet Robert Bly and the new-age, touchy-feely movement that supported it. A great comedy: Fast paced, spontaneous, and flawless in its delivery.
4 Characters: 4 Males< Less