An OUTrageous comedy with foreboding!
Written by Tony Abatemarco
Directed by Elizabeth Swain
A first mortgage, curb appeal, social respectability... What could possibly go wrong? A dark comedy in two acts about love, gay marriage, and the improbable, unpredictable implications of acquiring real estate.
Synopsis: What could possibly go wrong for this thirty-something gay couple?
Jack and Ben are buying their first home, a Forever House. But, from the day they close, a host of unleashed demons invade their lives testing the strength of their bond and bringing new meaning to the limits of square footage. FOREVER HOUSE is a play about the challenges of commitment.
Not recommended for young teens or children
"A MUST SEE! Most Entertaining, Mind-Opening Place to Spend Your Time.
FOREVER HOUSE will be the play I compare/measure all other plays I see this year. BRAVO to all!" - BroadwayWorld
CLEVER and ENTERTAINING. This play is a MUST-SEE for anyone who
enjoys a GOOD LAUGH!" - Discover Hollywood
LAUGHTER and TEARS! What at first feels like a light-hearted comedy, skillfully begins to take hold of the audience while probing universal issues that can make or break a relationship. - LA Splash Magazine
EXTRAORDINARY cast that is both convincing and affecting. The play is well-worth seeing! - Will Call
Alternately FUNNY and HEARTRENDING new play...backed by an adept supporting cast - Frontiers
EXCELLENT performances. Cleverly written... Part thriller, part comedy, part drama. - Stage Raw