The Conveniences of Modern Living
6; 3m, 2f, 1 m/f
Co-written by Emily Plumb
In the wake of losing their child, a married couple must decide where their future lies: Is it with a romantic talking dryer who dreams of her homeland of IKEA? An adventurous 10-year old boy who dreams of true love and basketball camp? Or with leaving behind the memories that still haunt their home?
The Conveniences of Modern Living is a fantastical, absurdly humorous and heartfelt look at the nature of love and loss, and what it takes to overcome tragedy and start anew.
The Conveniences of Modern Living was produced in the 2010 NY International Fringe Festival at the Player's Theatre, directed by Emily Plumb
The Conveniences of Modern Living was developed in a workshop by the Painted Filly Theatre in Dublin, Ireland in July 2008, directed by Jennifer Killelea