Join Rec Room for an innovative approach to live theatre with their new project, Sound Scripts — a 9-part audio series of works in-progress from Texas writers. Featuring playwrights of the Rec Room Writers Group, the series presents an exclusive look into the early development of 9 new plays brought to you as interactive digital portfolios and podcasts. The Sound Scripts Project includes each play as a rehearsed audio reading, as well as playwright and director interviews.
Don't miss Tuz and Soly written by Eric Moore.
Russia is tough. Especially when you’re stuck in a town thousands of miles from Moscow, the girl you love won’t accept a single one of your marriage proposals, and at night the temperature gets so low your balls recede into your throat. It could drive any man mad. Perhaps that’s why Tuz and Soly can’t stand each other, even though they can’t seem to leave one another alone. Borrowing (or stealing) the characters Tuzenbach and Solyony from Chekhov’s Three Sisters, this play riffs on their fatal friendship to deconstruct the toxic behavior that tears them apart.
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