In this rebellious and rambunctious one act comedy, the kidnapping of a Long Island housewife by a postal worker turns to romance in the course of 40 mins. The absurd directness of this comedy reveals the confusions and isolation of certain half-cultivated urban types in its characters. In the process, the frustrations and sadness of some members of society are laid bare but most importantly Murray Schisgal’s “THE TIGER” proves that a human relationship and the possibility for love can grow in the most awkward circumstances.
This one act play was performed at Play2C Studio in September/October 2010 as part of a series of evening events called ‘A Play and a Drink’.
Venue: Play2C Studio Schlesische Str 38 10997 Berlin
Director: Ali von Stein
Cast: Khema De Silva, Stu Alexander
Set Design: Mia Doering
Light Design: Nuria Perez-Sanchez
Costumes : Eloise de Hautecloque
Music: Natalia Lincoln
Production: Krisana Locke