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This two-man show writ­ten by Dee­jay Day­ton focus­es on an evening at the cab­in with two old friends. Both seem to come from a pret­ty close mind­ed, under­e­d­u­cat­ed, fear­ful angry place where the world is against them. How­ev­er, one friend has grown to accept the real­i­ties of the world and opened his mind to some of them while dis­cov­er­ing peace in cab­in life. The oth­er how­ev­er, has suc­cumbed to his anger and con­tin­ues to make his way through the world, blam­ing every­one else for his faults and bad behav­iours. It’s like watch­ing a more mod­er­ate Trump sup­port­er have a con­ver­sa­tion with a more extreme one.
There is def­i­nite­ly val­ue in accept­ing and rec­og­niz­ing that peo­ple like this do exist in the world and that the real­i­ty is that we need to address them, as well as their close mind­ed beliefs and scape­goat­ing actions. How­ev­er, it also seemed to make a good sec­tion of the audi­ence frus­trat­ed and uncom­fort­able being in a room where such ideas are being aired and expressed. There were some clichés that could have been avoid­ed, and I think it would have been help­ful for a show to pro­vide some res­o­lu­tion tech­niques, which it did not. Still, I felt it was worth check­ing out.

Two White Guys Solve all the World’s Prob­lems
Venue 10 — Plan­e­tar­i­um Audi­to­ri­um
Play-Dram­e­dy
45 Min­utes
Gen­er­al Audience