Suburbia, November 2011
The parking lot of a mini-mall convenience store is the private domain of three men in their very early twenties. They talk trash, harass the owner of the store and revel in their high-school glory days. They drink beer, get high, and eat Oreos. The focal point of this evening is the arrival of an old high-school chum, Pony. Since Pony left Burnfield (the name of this fictional suburban town), he has gone on to become semi-famous fronting for a band that has an album on the charts and a video on MTV. In the course of the evening, all of the friends congregate in the parking lot. Once Pony arrives in his black limo, fascination with his success turns into jealousy and then flowers into bitter anger.
Suburbia is directed by Annie Rezac (Cary) with set design by Sue Lewis (Crystal Lake), lighting design by Rick Amundsen (Woodstock), costume design by Tish Lyon (Woodstock) and stage manager Kacie Swanson (Woodstock).
The cast includes Sarah Garcher, Jessica Buehler (Woodstock), David Mor (Hebron), Court-knee MacInnes, Jimmy Sisto, Gary Mackowiak, (Crystal Lake), Rachel Johnson, Jake Mathews (Marengo), and Vincent Rustile (Winterlake).
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