Sabotaging his bright future, a principled but anachronistic man resists compromise in career, love, and choice of revolutionary movement, all the while knowingly provoking confrontation with a looming global dictatorship.
The play opens with Richard Sandborn relaxed, confident, and happy. He has put aside his fears for the future of the human race and is about to propose marriage to his girlfriend.
As the story progresses, Richard comes under increasing pressure to act contrary to his strongly held beliefs. His boss, his best friend, and his girlfriend all believe they have his best interests in mind as they try to change him.
Will Richard hold out past the point at which he can gracefully surrender? Or has he picked a fight with the whole world… a fight from which he cannot now back down, even if he wanted to?
Hans Potter as Richard Sandborn
Jessica Garcie as Faith Lee/Daisy
Daniel Frost as Dak Vallencourt/Waiter/Beggar/Sgt. Krupa
Jamie Ives as Tom Everest/Detective Grenwich/Cab Driver
Rhea Casido as Nina Young/Janine/Waitress/Angela
Andy Chaloner as Opening Narrator/Newscaster
Nathan Narusis - Playwright/Producer
Michael David Stewart - Director
Michael Brooks - Stage Manager
Duy Nguyen - Photography
May 1-5, 2018