Partial Comfort's world premiere drama offers a love story for the opioid era. More…
From the show:
Clay and Jess have big dreams: college, refuge from the cold Maine winters, and a permanent escape from the paycheck-to-paycheck, rent-a-center furniture lifestyle of their parents. When Jess finds herself temporarily stuck behind and at odds with her stepfather, she moves in with Clay's mom and begrudgingly takes a job at the local chicken farm. Meanwhile Clay heads off to college, counting down the days to his return, desperate to avoid the destiny of his geography. "Nothing Gold Can Stay" is love story for the era.
Featuring Mary Bacon, Adrienne Bengtsson, Peter Mark Kendall, Talene Monahon and Micheal Richardson.
Scenic Design by Jason Simms | Lighting Design by Karen Spahn | Costume Design by Whitney Locher | Sound Design by Sinan Refik Zafar | Stage Managed by Lindsay Kipnis | Casting by Judy Bowman Casting
See it if Great cast. Well acted drama especially next-to-last scene with the knife (raw emotions).
Don't see it if Runs almost 2 hours (including 12 min late start) and needs major editing. Way too long.
See it if A drama about drug and alcohol addiction in a dysfunctional family living in a poverty stricken community in Maine appeals to you,see it.
Don't see it if Do not see if you have had enough of the same old story.Nothing new here.
See it if It's what used to be called a "problem" play, about opioid addiction.
Don't see it if Not much of a play though. Things happen, but doesn't click as a play -- it's no "Hatful of Rain." Good acting, from technical skill (the