Katmandu

Vincent Cercare has turned the corner on fifty. He’s been thinking about running away from his routine and his family. On the night before he’s ready to take off, his son is arrested for possession of cocaine. The play unfolds across the street from the police station, where in the course of a very long night, Vince tries to come to terms with his son, his relationship with his own father, and his marriage. Part comedy, part drama, KATMANDU is a one-man play about a guy trying to understand who he is at a critical juncture in his life. One actor does all the roles, father, son, wife, etc. The play runs about seventy minutes without an intermission. A video excerpt is available on Vimeo (contact author for password).

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