The Parking Lot

A couple decides their fate in a parking lot. A play meant to be performed outside by two actors quarantined together (1M, 1F) who can play a couple. It takes place in a parking lot and people watch from the safety of their cars.
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The Parking Lot

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  • Katarzyna Müller:
    17 Jul. 2020
    This play reminded me of LUNGS, which I loved. And I would argue that in its minimalism, it is more universal. I also appreciate how this play incorporates its (pandemic-related) location into the script. I think it's a beautiful synergy of great writing with current physical limitations. I would love to see it live.
  • Troy Heard:
    17 Jul. 2020
    A perfect, uplifting play for our time. Two characters with awkward charm engage the audience, and each other, with the story of their evolving relationship.
  • Emily McClain:
    17 Jul. 2020
    A really interesting spin on the classic "Couple Defining/Redefining Their Relationship" within the framework of our new (but hopefully temporary) normal. Experiencing this story in a drive-in venue will expand our definition of how live theatre can work now while maintaining the purity of what propels good theatre in the first place: our need for authentic human connection. Major kudos to Szymkowicz for creating an intensely relatable couple, both in their humor and their heartache. Looking forward to seeing future productions of this play!