Robin Rodriguez takes us to "A Good Place NOT To Be"
On today’s podcast, I touch base with Robin Rodriguez, local playwright who has decided to to go beyond the traditional staged reading in order to visualize a new play in progress titled “A Good Place Not To Be”. An earlier piece presented in the 2009 SPARK Showcase brought to life the work that after life happened, began to show signs of a through line in totalitarianism and reflection of power dynamic, miss-information and relationships. Stay Tuned!
ABOUT A GOOD PLACE NOT TO BE
In the madcap, totalitarian world of The Company (ABC Incorporated), misplaced loyalty can get you killed. Simone needs to be seen as a true believer, but the demands to prove herself keep shifting. First there’s a train ride where a box leaks a mysterious red fluid, then she’s tumbled into a harsh, new land with a threatening job interview and an employee work festival that includes wrestling matches, prison cells, and deadly carnival acts, as this darkly humorous interrogation story looks at the cost of maintaining your belief in something no matter how cruel or wrong it becomes.
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