I Ought to Be In Pictures (Off-Broadway, Theatre Five @ Theatre Row, 2024) | Playbill

I Ought to Be In Pictures



Herb Tucker, a struggling, middle-aged screenwriter with writer’s block, receives an unexpected surprise, when his daughter, Libby, whom he abandoned along with the rest of his Brooklyn family 16 years earlier, arrives at his West Hollywood home with aspirations of breaking into the movie business. Libby, who barely remembers her father, not only forces Herb to reexamine the responsibilities of parenthood, but also makes him come to terms with his on-again/off-again relationship with his current girlfriend, Steffy.

Directed by Nick Viselli
Scenic and Lighting Design by Bert Scott


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