Chestertown, MD — The Washington College Department of Drama will present Neil LaBute's comedy "Some Girl(s)" at the Prince Theatre on Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4, at 8 p.m.
"Some Girl(s)" is a comedy straight from the trenches of the war between the sexes. A writer is about to be married. But first, he feels compelled to revisit four women from his past, and travels to four different cities to do so. At each stop, he invites an old flame to his hotel room, hoping to make sure there are no hard feelings, even though he used experiences with each ex-girlfriend as material for his fictional work. In this bold tale of love cast aside, the writer learns a shocking truth about the price each woman has paid for his youthful cowardice.
The Hollywood Reporter hailed "Some Girl(s)" as an "entertaining, sleekly written new comedy," while the Associated Press raved, "LaBute's words cut and wound but they are also incredibly funny, and at times poignant."
The Washington College production of "Some Girl(s)" is directed by senior Michael Golze and features Brian Schultz, Katie Skarwecki, Dorothy Johnson, Molly O'Connell and Emily Broomell. Admission is free, but reservations are required; call 410/778-7835 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.