I'll Be Seein' Ya: A Play

with The Insolvencies

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Pub Date 17 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 28 Feb 2023

Description

Two searing, incisive plays from Jon Robin Baitz, Tony Award nominee and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist.

Allie Murchow, a retired Hollywood makeup artist, is stuck inside her apartment, stuck in her daydreams of bygone celebrity and glamour, and stuck on hold with her pharmacist. She tries to make sense of the Los Angeles outside her windows, the LA of 2020, but she can’t hear herself think over the echo of sirens and her chatty brother’s interjections. I’ll Be Seein’ Ya, written by Jon Robin Baitz, the author of Other Desert Cities and Vicuña, is an unflinchingly funny new play that takes on our anxieties and delusions and reveals new truths about our strange reality.

In The Insolvencies, two men—one younger, one older, one a professor, one a former student—recall their relationship and the time they felt “the piercing sting of simply being seen.” A study of sex and pleasure, of justice and shame, this short, stirring play completes the affecting pair of new works from Baitz, “the American theatre’s most fascinating playwright of conscience” (Michael Kuchwara, Associated Press).

Two searing, incisive plays from Jon Robin Baitz, Tony Award nominee and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist.

Allie Murchow, a retired Hollywood makeup artist, is stuck inside her apartment, stuck in...


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ISBN 9780374607715
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PAGES 128

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