[Contenido solo disponible en Ingés por el momento]
A PLAYWRIGHT IS COMMISSIONED TO WRITE DJANGO, A HAPPY STORY. UNFORTUNATELY, HIS MAIN CHARACTER WANTS TO DIE.
Exploring the possibilities of creation limited by the constraints of depression and self-isolation, the playwright uses objects found in his home to create a “table-top” show about the misfortunes and adventures of a man and a three-legged dog. This PlayCo commission showcases a few scenes from a work in progress that Ana Graham & Antonio Vega will later develop into a neat, one-hour charming little play the size of a drafting desk.
VIEWER ADVISORY: This story is about a character who is dealing with depression and has suicidal thoughts. It contains images of a noose in a tree, and the character with a noose around his neck.
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