Bud, a middle-aged agronomist, checks into a small-town motel searching for answers to his son’s disappearance. His arrival attracts Holler, a teenage boy looking to start a new life. Like the genetically-modified crops that surround the motel, both must commit to a frightening course of mutation if they are to overcome the dangers nature puts in their way.
This production is intended for mature audiences and contains violence, simulated drug use, strong sexual imagery, strong language, and the use of theatrical haze.
|Director||Patrick Du Laney|
|Scenic Designer||Kenton Jones|
|Costume Designer||Akeem Celestine|
|Lighting Designer||Ted Brown|
|Sound Designer||Wade Hampton|
|Stage Manager||Lindsay Warnick|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Clarice Kelling|
Tickets for Iowa New Play Festival productions are $5 for non-students and free for UI students (with a valid ID). They are available one hour before show time in the Theatre Building lobby or during Festival Box Office Hours on Monday, May 1 and Tuesday, May 2 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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