If you’re in Savannah, head to Crites and check this out. I mean, it’s free! And also quite good, which is more important.
Rajiv Joseph’s “Gruesome Playground Injuries” is hauntingly beautiful play written in 2009 about two best friends, Kayleen and Doug, and there relationship told through major injuries in there lives from the ages of 8-38.
Directed by Ivey Lowe starring Coral Smith and Kevin Murphy this play is a contemporary love story of two friends and their misguided journey to completion through self-destruction. It asks the questions why we hurt ourselves and each other?
This show has been a labor of love as a student collaboration at the Savannah College of Art and Design, funded by the Kickstarter campaign.
“Gruesome Playground Injuries” runs May 4th at 8pm and May 5th at 3pm and 8pm in the Mondonaro Theater at 217 MLK Blvd. Admission is free.
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