Hospopia, by Milo Mowery
Andrew’s been providing hospice for a dying man, but now he’s attracted to the dying man’s wife. His financially strapped brother Jake has recently passed the bar and is suing the Catholic Church over a wayward statue of Jesus that cut off his client’s leg. And Andrew’s wife Angie is looking for atonement in Alcoholics Anonymous but her secret won’t be anonymous for long. No matter where you look for support, there’s gonna be trouble.
Milo Mowery is a playwright living in the Pacific Northwest. He is winner of an Original Script Drammy, a Portland Area Musical Theater Award, and a national Parent’s Choice Award. His award winning play “El Zorrito” was recently published by Dramatic Publishing. In 2016 his commissioned play “Get on the Bus”, co-authored with his wife, will be touring the northwest with the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts.
Directed by Kaytlin McIntyre
Kaytlin’s Directing credits include Zapoi! (Quinn Armstron/Annex Theatre); What You Think You Know (Stephanie Timms/Seattle Fringe); Broken Dog Legs (Emily Conbere/Catapult); No Place Like Home (Al Frank/Seattle Rep Writer’s Group Showcase); The Killers (Quinn Armstrong/12 Minutes Max); The Receptionist (Adam Bock/Webster Unviersity) Assisting: Pullman Porter Blues (Seattle Rep); Romeo and Juliet (Intiman); Clybourne Park (Seattle Rep); Motherhood Out Loud (Primary Stages/NYC); Kaytlin is diving into her first season as the Casting and Literary Associate at the Seattle Repertory Theatre; BFA in directing from the Conservatory of Theatre at Webster University