When “What Would You Like?” is Too Big a Question…
Option Apathy is a one-act show about making choices when there are too many options! Directed by Morgan McKenzie Kauffman and performed by an ensemble of 6, this production uses a popular café as both stage and set to tell the story of 6 waiters at the cross-roads of tough choices, and the customers that drive them nuts. Audiences, who have been in the action all along, are invited to question along, “what would you like?”
Comic and touching, this production pulls from fast-paced improve, SNL style caricature, and strong ensemble dynamic to bring us all into the not so dissimilar choices facing us at every moment.
Option Apathy by Tim Mogford was presented at Webster’s Bookstore and Café
December 5 -6, 2014
Morgan McKenzie Kauffman
Directed by Morgan McKenzie Kauffman
Outside Eyes: Elisha Clark Halpin