March 15th – 27th @ Angelus Theatre


In 1929, a daydreaming businessman named Edward feels trapped in his drab routines. Then he crosses paths with a street-dwelling woman named Filthy Fran, who shows Edward a world of unstructured freedom. But going against the grain brings on the resistance of Edward’s fiancee, his family, and the corporate world. Why won’t society just let him be a bum?

“I could go on and on about the other actors and their comedic prowess, but suffice it to say the show was well cast. … I left the theater smiling and hungry for more original pieces like this one. … It’s exciting to see theatre written and produced by local playwrights, and Stephen Gashler shows all the promise of a truly great artist” (Utah Theatre Bloggers).

1920s businessman riding on suitcase after quitting job