New dreams check in at Collin Doyle’s “SLUMBERLAND MOTEL”
On Sunday, February 5 SCRIPT SALON is pleased to present a new play by one of Edmonton’s most accomplished playwrights. It’s a hard luck comedy of cold reality and redeeming dreams: Collin Doyle’s SLUMBERLAND MOTEL
THE STORY: Overnighting in a seedy roadside motel, two down on their luck vacuum cleaner salesmen share a room. Tired and disappointed in their lives, Ed (Robert Benz) and Edward (Reed McColm) seem to be at the end of their ropes. But the unexpected arrival of a mysterious woman from the next room (Kate Ryan) transforms their world. A road weary comedy of disillusionment and dreams.
Read by: Robert Benz, Reed McColm and Kate Ryan.
When: Sunday, February 5 at 7:30pm.
Where: Upper Arts Space at Holy Trinity Anglican Church (10037 84 Avenue).
Admission is free although donations are accepted. Refreshments are available. Parking is free.
After the reading the audience is invited to ask questions and provide commentary directly back to the playwright.