By Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe
March 14-26, 2023 | Contemporary Play
A funny and moving tribute to resilience and hope – as it enlists you, the audience, to tell this heartfelt story.
“One of the funniest plays you’ll ever see about depression…explored with unflinching honesty” – The Guardian (UK)
Could you name a hundred things that make life wonderful? A thousand? How about a million? A boy’s mother attempted suicide and in response, he started a list of things to live for. As he grows up, the list takes on a life of its own. This surprising and immersive theatrical experience speaks openly about depression, mental illness, and suicide. With poignant humor and joy, it takes us on a journey through grief, healing, falling in love, and (re)discovering all that life has to give.
Recommended for: Ages 14+ for mentions of suicide and suicidal ideation.
Audience Interaction: This production involves audience participation. All Interactions are optional, confirmed by consent. The production may be enjoyed with or without directly participating.