Joseph Scott Ford’s Not Even The Good Things Opens Off-Broadway July 16 | Playbill

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Off-Broadway News Joseph Scott Ford’s Not Even The Good Things Opens Off-Broadway July 16 The new play focuses on six friends who struggle to find enjoyment in life outside out of self-destructive behavior.
Serena Parrish in <i>Not Even The Good Things</i>
Serena Parrish in Not Even The Good Things Maria Baranova

A new dark comedy by Joseph Scott Ford, Not Even The Good Things, opens at Theatre Row July 16. Previews begin July 10.

In the show, six friends take a trip to a mountain cabin, only to stumble into a drunken stupor. As chaos escalates, one character notices a ghost has joined the sextet, but only he can see the young specter.

Kelsey Claire directs the cast, including Collette Astle, Victoria Janicki, Sea McHale , Serena Parrish, Stephon Pettway, Mickey Roberts, and Allie Trimm.

Costume design is by Oscar Noel Fitzpatrick and lighting design is by Alexander Le Vaillant Freer.

Not Even The Good Things is set to run through July 27.

 
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