Mar 4th through 26th

Written by Louis Arata

Kenny is a typical college student: more interested in partying than in classes. When he meets the unconventional Karen, the instantaneous attraction awakens the specter of his mother. In danger of spiraling out of control, he must face the traumatic memories of childhood.

Rated R


Due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, we do ask that all patrons be vaccinated.  We will be checking vaccination cards at the door for entry.


Please be advised that the content of this show includes alcohol addiction, suicide, police encounters, child molestation, and time spent in a hospital.



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$20 General Admission

$15 Student/Senior Admission


Mar 4th through 26th
7:30 pm
Fridays and Saturdays

Stage 115

115 N Genesee Street
Waukegan, IL 60085

About the Playwright: Louis Arata

Louis is delighted to be part of the Three Brothers Playwright Residency. He is an actor, playwright, and novelist, whose work includes the horror novel Dead Hungry and the play A Careful Wish, which was produced at Fourth Street Theatre. Recently he wrote and performed Two Deaths and Nine Lives at the South Bend Fringe Festival. In 2017, he was selected as a resident for the inaugural New Orleans Writers Residency. After 31 years in Chicago, he now calls South Bend, IN home. For more information, visit louisarata.com


About the Director: Ella Spoelstra

Ella is a director, dramaturg, teaching artist, and the Marketing Director for BoHo Theatre. She is thrilled to direct her first show with Three Brother’s Theatre! Ella is a graduate of Carthage College where she received her BA in Theatre Performance. Recent directing credits include EURYDICE at Carthage College, I DON’T CALL 911 at KCACTF Region 3, and a youth theatre production of LES MISÈRABLES, which she was also the lighting designer for. She is humbled to be a part of this important story and is grateful for the incredible cast and stage manager. All love to her parents, Brian, and God.