Premiering this Thursday and running through Sunday, June 26th, Josh Piven’s Muddled hits the stage at Drexel’s URBN Annex.
If Piven sounds familiar, that’s because he’s one of the co-authors behind the New York Times best-selling Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook and like two dozen other titles.
Here’s a bit more about the play:
… Directed by William Steinberger, Muddled gives theater audiences a best-case scenario for what happens when a group of hot-headed headbangers meet the home-grown hipsters of Brooklyn. In this craft brewed comedy, Piven trades navigating alligator pits for navigating mosh pits, and surviving frostbite for surviving the frosty bite of a quick-witted hipster. Muddled is Piven’s second play, following 2013’s hit No Reservations.
Muddled is a broad comedic take on the journey from the iconic 80s to modern times. This world premiere production explores the good, bad, ugly and the funny occurrences that happen when we can’t let go of the past, but rely on the past to build the future. The show also touches on themes of our over dependence on social media, and the popular growing trend of exclusive social media-free zones.
Previews kick off on Thursday and Friday, with the opening night this Saturday, June 18th. You can snag tickets now for $30 via Brown Paper Tickets.
Thursday, June 16 through Sunday, June 26, 2016
Opening Night June 18
Drexel URBN Annex
3401 Filbert St
Tickets on sale now, $30 each