Cherry Lane Theatre will kick off the new year with the world premiere of Actually, We're F**ked by Matt Williams. In the new play, four millennials argue over how to save the planet over takeout and too much wine; when someone shares a life-changing announcement, they begin to question their choices.
Actually, We're F**ked will be directed by Obie winner John Pasquin (Moonchildren). Performances will run February 26–April 7, with a March 7 opening night. Casting to be announced.
The show will feature set design by Robin Vest (And Then There Were None), lighting design by Paul Miller (Amazing Grace, Legally Blonde), costume design by Theresa Squire (High Fidelity), sound design by ML Dogg / MuTTT (Straight White Man), and projection design by Brad Peterson (Fish in the Dark). Casting is by Stephanie Klapper, production stage manager is Chis Catti.
Williams is a writer, director, actor, and producer who works for the stage and screen. His plays include Bruce Lee Is Dead and I’m Not Feeling Too Good Either, Jason and the Nun, Between Daylight and Boonville, and Fear. He directed the world premiere of the musical Open Heart at the Cherry Lane Theatre and produced The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin at Playwrights Horizons.
Onscreen, he has written for Roseanne, Home Improvement, and The Cosby Show.
For tickets and more information visit CherryLaneTheatre.org.