StrangeDog Theatre presents

A Comedy by Ben Clawson
Presented at Hamilton Stage
12/14 performance is cancelled.

Genre: Alternative

Friday • December 20, 2013 • 8:00 PM

$25 General Admission
$10 Student/Senior with ID
Stu/Sen discount only available through the Box Office.









FOUR SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS, fed up with their jobs take their bus
on a riotous Friday night “bus-a-palooza” and are subsequently
caught by the management of the Silver Sparrow Bus Company.
They then must spend Sunday morning dealing with the
consequences of their actions, forced to discover what they actually
value in their jobs, their lives and each other.

“In Spilling Stuff and Breaking Things, playwright Ben Clawson gives
us ruminations on friendship, longing, the dignity of work and
resistance to authority. Plus it’s funny. Really funny." — Baristanet

StrangeDog Theatre Co. is a small group of award-winning young
theater artists intent on developing and performing original, diverse
work in a variety of genres and media, drawing new audiences
throughout New Jersey and New York.

Company playwright Ben Clawson is a recipient of the Kennedy
Center's David Mark Cohen award and has had professional
productions, readings and workshops in New York, New Jersey,
Washington D.C. and New Orleans. He has written commissioned
works for the Luna Stage Company, Montclair State University
School of the Arts and Contagious Drama Theatre Workshop.

StrangeDog is known for staging such events as the Beer-Battered
Play Festival featuring exhilarating new works performed in a non-
traditional setting (a tavern) and the StrangeDog Eat Dog and Pony
Show — a festival of manic comedies and music (with lots of
audience participation). 

And they’re not above handing out free pizza at intermission

Don’t miss the genius and the madness of this irrepressible
ensemble in full flight at Hamilton Stage Dec. 5-20.

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