3M, 2F (85 min)

Michael Ray Escamilla and Lorenzo Pisoni in Election Day at Second Stage Theatre (Photo by Joan Marcus)

It’s Election Day, and Adam knows his over-zealous girlfriend will never forgive him if he fails to vote. But when his sex starved sister, an eco-terrorist, and a mayoral candidate willing to do anything for a vote all show up, Adam finds that making that quick trip to the polls might be harder than he thought.

An outrageous comedy…at double-espresso speed.” —The New York Times

Ridiculously entertaining…cute and cutting.” —Variety

Laugh-out-loud.” —Back Stage

Published by Samuel French and found in New Playwrights: The Best Plays of 2008, by Smith and Kraus.

Production History:

Baldwin New Play Festival, UCSD Department of Theatre and Dance, April 2006.  (Directed by Jerry Ruiz)

Second Stage Theatre, Uptown Series, New York, July-August 2007.  (Directed by Jeremy Dobrish)

Theatre Seven, Chicago, IL, August 2008.  (Directed by Brant Russell)

 

Above photo: Larry Herron in Election Day at the Baldwin New Play Festival  (Photo by Manuel Rotenberg)