Reed Sigmund and John Catron in the Jungle’s production of ‘Stinkers’. Photo by Dan Norman.
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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