by ​Jen Silverman
directed by Bart DeLorenzo
Pacific Playwrights Festival
April 22, 2016 - April 24, 2016

Pacific Playwrights Festival

Sofie is distraught over the disappearance of her beloved cat Wink. Her husband Gregor knows what happened, but he’s not talking—except to Dr. Frans, the oddball shrink he shares with Sofie. But some things won’t stay buried, and when Wink turns up unexpectedly with plans for revenge, things get really wild. Repression is a bitch.

Note:  Tickets to the performance on Saturday, April 23 at 2:30 p.m., are not available to the public and cannot be added to your cart.

A $​70 package to see all five readings is available online, or by calling the Box Office at (714) 708-5555. This package is available to SCR Super Subscribers for $60—only by phone.

Theatre professionals: please purchase your tickets here or contact Andrew Knight ([email protected]) at (714) 708-5062 for more information.

Jen Silverman's work has been produced off-Broadway by the Playwrights Realm (Crane Story), by Clubbed Thumb (Phoebe in Winter), at Actors Theatre of Louisville (The Roommate, Humana 2015; Wondrous Strange, Humana 2016), Yale Repertory Theatre (The Moors) and at InterAct Theatre in Philadelphia (The Dangerous House of Pretty Mbane, Barrymore Award). She is a member of New Dramatists, a Core Writer at the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis, and has developed work at The O’Neill, PlayPenn, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Williamstown Theatre Festival, New York Theatre Workshop, Portland Center Stage, The [email protected] Court and the Royal Court in London among other places. She’s a two-time MacDowell fellow, recipient of The Kennedy Center’s Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, a New York Foundation for the Arts grant, a Leah Ryan Fellowship/Lilly Award, the 2015 Helen Merrill Fund Award for emerging playwrights, and the Yale Drama Series Award for Still. Silverman is an alumna of Brown University, the Iowa Playwrights Workshop and The Juilliard School.

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