A comedy about a rough-and-tumble country star hitting the town for one last party on the eve of his wedding
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New Country: An Unfiltered Comedy
The Plot: on the eve of his wedding, country music bad boy Justin Spears is hitting the town for one last hurrah in the company of his scheming managers, his fair-weather friends, his pig-farming uncle, and a plastic model
The Writer: Mark Roberts, creator of Mike & Molly and Executive Producer of Two and a Half Men.
The Critics: The New York Times noted the “blazing performance…full of the kinds of lines television censors snip out,” and StageandCinema.com called it, “…hilarious, poignant, and at times heart-wrenching…” Roberts’s other plays have received great critical acclaim—Rantoul and Die was called “An original and devastatingly funny new play” by The Hollywood Reporter, and Berkshire Fine Arts called Parasite Drag “Harrowing, insightful, richly rewarding. A remarkable evening of theater.”