Religion, sex and politics are sources of hilarity in William Missouri Downs' smart comedy The Exit Interview. Professor Dick Fig has just gotten the axe at a nameless university, and his exit interview gets off to a rocky start when news spreads that a masked gunman is running amok through campus. And that's just the start of things, as the interview is punctuated with appearances by politically radicalized cheerleaders, a pompous newscaster and debates between two German doctors on the subjects of religion and science. See this comically farcical look at isolation and uncertainty on stage at L.A.'s Lounge Theatre courtesy of Buzzworks Theater Company.
This show is not appropriate for children under the age of 14.
The show features a realistic-sounding gunshot effect.
Running time is two hours, with one 15-minute intermission.