Clubfoot, or, Tales from the Back of an Ambulance
by Bret Fetzer and Stephen McCandless
directed by Elizabeth Hunter
Clubfoot is the vivid, surreal and wildly funny rendering of an Emergency Medical Technician's experience. Jump in the ambulance and be transported into a tripwire world of stroked-out delusionals, car crash victims, flesh-eating bacteria and more! It's an outrageously skewed view of humanity at its best and worst: fragile, resilient and accident-prone!
About The Playwrights: Bret Fetzer is the former Artistic Director of Annex Theatre in Seattle, WA. His plays include Planet Janet, The Story of the Bull, The Changeling (adapted from Thomas Middleton), Passport and Blind Spot (co-written with Juliet Waller Pruzan). His collections of original fairy tales are available at www.pistilbooks.com. His recent directing credits include Matt Smith's All My Children and Kelleen Conway Blanchard's Hearts Are Monsters. He's made two short films; A Children's Book of Revelations and The Crowded Shower.
Stephen McCandless is a former software engineer and EMT and is now the Managing Director of Seattle's Annex Theatre.
About The Director: Elizabeth Hunter is the founding Artistic Director of Theatre@First. She has directed eight previous T@F shows — including the inaugural production, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead — in addition to working with other community and collegiate groups throughout the Boston area. Elizabeth is currently adapting Pride and Prejudice for production at the Somerville Theatre in 2012.
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