In order to move forward in their newly-found adult responsibilities as parents-to-be, Ruth and Anna (a lesbian couple) and Peter (the live-in gay father of their unborn child) struggle with killing off the imaginary children who are dominating their lives.
The results are a laugh-laden and poignant piece of theater that borrows plot points and dialogue from a hodgepodge of literary and cinematic sources, including Shakespeare, Peter Pan and The Exorcist that's sure to provoke discussion and furrow the brows of more literal-minded observers. Is the excessive role-playing merely pet games or genuine psychotic breaks? What's the real relationship between Peter, Anna and Ruth? Will the imaginary children be exorcised, or will they find a way to stay?
For more information on the show, visit Jobsite Theater online! There is a specially priced preview performance on Sept. 23, with all tickets priced at $10. Students, seniors and military may purchase $5 rush tickets that night as of 30 minutes to curtain with cash and a valid ID. Student/senior/military rush tickets to all other performances are $10.