Stinkers

 

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Reed Sigmund and John Catron in the Jungle’s production of ‘Stinkers’. Photo by Dan Norman.
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John Catron, Nate Cheeseman and Sally Wingert in the Jungle’s production of ‘Stinkers’. Photo by Dan Norman.

3F, 3M (90 min)

Stay-at-home dad, Brad, is doing fine dealing with his two toddlers and pushy neighbor while his wife is out of town for work.  When his ex-con mom show’s up, however, she has more ambitions plans for her son and herself.

This is a play for anyone who’s ever traded someone all the ice cream they can eat for five minutes of silence, received career advice from a three-year-old, or, after singing “Baa Baa Black Sheep” for 27 minutes, used a toy helicopter to open a beer.

“Big-hearted and droll… Full of surprises”  –Star Tribune

“A lot of laughter…  Funny and poignant”  –MinnPost

“A sharp, delightfully entertaining play”  –Cherry and Spoon

Production History:

Jungle Theater, Minneapolis.  July-August 2019 (Directed by Sarah Rasmussen)

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