GTFOH

GTFOH follows a couple in their therapist office on the brink of the dissolution of their marriage. The work deals with the perception of truth and the gray area between what is said and what is heard.
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GTFOH

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  • Julie Zaffarano:
    13 Mar. 2021
    Nikki Brake-Silla is a brilliant playwright who takes us into the room of her characters and makes us love and hope for them as if they were our own family. In "GTFOH", you root hard for these couples struggling with balancing home, work, raising a family, and personal demons. The isolation of these characters is authentic and devastating.
  • Keenya Jackson:
    2 Mar. 2021
    Love this play. Each character makes a point of view. They are right and wrong and you just want their love to win. The play also questions gender roles and identities in a way that I haven't read or seen on a stage before.

Character Information

  • Z
    45,
    African / African American / Black
    Z (45), same as Azaria except a different actor plays this version of Azaria, this actor is the opposite gender of Azaria.
  • Peri
    39,
    Afro-Latinx
    Peri (39), same as Peri except a different actor plays this version of Peri, this actor is the opposite gender of Perido.
  • Perdido
    39,
    Afro-Latinx
    Perido (39), First generation Afro-Latino, mom is Guinean and dad is Venezuelan. He's married to the love of his life.
  • Azaria
    45,
    African / African American / Black
    Azaria - (45), African-American, bit of a Long Island princess. There is nothing wrong with her.

Development History

  • Reading
    ,
    Jouska PlayWorks
    ,
    2021
  • Workshop
    ,
    The Lark
    ,
    2021
  • Reading
    ,
    Jouska Play Works
    ,
    2020