Four college friends meet every month for a truth circle confessional where they divulge their most personal secrets. But friendships are tested and relationships crumble when they stop being truthful and start being honest. It’s quiet, it’s intimate, and it’s pretty f*cked up.
115 N Genesee Street
Waukegan, IL 60085
$20 General Admission
May 3rd through 25th
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Zack Peercy is a legally blind writer based out of Chicago. He has grown as an artist thanks to experiences with Jackalope Theater’s Playwriting Lab, The Kenyon Review Playwrights Conference, and classes with The Neo-Futurists, Chicago Dramatists, Annoyance Theater, and The Second City. Honors include Top Ten Finalist in the Dubuque Fine Arts Players One Act Play Contest, Third Place in The Second City’s Comedic Feature Screenplay Contest, and First Runner Up in The Sandy River Review’s Dramatic Works Contest. He has had readings of his work at Broken Bell Reads, The Chicago Dramatists, and The University of Maine at Farmington. Prose can be found in XRAY Literary Magazine, Memoir Mixtapes, Occulum Journal, formercactus, Toasted Cheese, The Sandy River Review, and others. Audio recordings of his prose can be found on Soundcloud.com/ZPreads. Plays can be found on New Play Exchange. Zack Peercy can be found instagram and twitter (@zackpeercy)
Darreyl is an ensemble member at Three Brothers and is very excited to be a part of this production. He enjoys all aspects of theater and is always excited to help bring shows together!