Michael Kenyon at the Public used to call it the "flower-penis" play.
That's not a horrible description. Plus, there's a wrestling match between the flower-penis and its owner.
Don't know when I'll ever finish it.
The Logic of Clawed FeetFinally, a worthwhile essay on the state of theater that Adam linked to earlier today after seeing it at Mike Daisey's place.
Comedy, full Length, three acts.
Is Iris a witch? No one knows for sure, but when she decides to stop turning her lovers into cupcakes and swears men off for good, she casts one last spell on poor Earl, the cab-driver who haplessly picks her up at the Ritz. Things get really crazy however, when, after falling for her, Earl grows a Gerber daisy for a penis. Can Iris control her fears long enough to settle into a relationship with a man? Should Earl use Miracle-Gro or start weeding the garden that’s sprouting out of his pants? These questions and more get asked in a whimsical comedy that uses San Francisco as a fairy tale backdrop.
CAST: 2 F, 2 M
78th Street Theatre Lab - workshop presentation - June, 2006
78th Street Theatre Lab - reading - 2005
American Theatre Co-op quarterfinalist - 2003