Glob Lessons

  • Showtime: Fri, Feb 10th @ 8:30 PM

  • Runtime: 1:41:00

  • Directed By: Nicole Rodenburg

  • Rating: MA

  • Genre: Drama


Sponsored by the Northern Lakes Art Association.

Synopsis:

While performing two-person low-budget children’s theatre out of a minivan across the frozen Upper Midwest, two aimless thirtysomething strangers -- a repressed gay man and and an enigmatic woman with a wild streak -- struggle to overcome their fears of inadequacy and intimacy in order to survive that lonely tundra called life.

Director Bios:

Nicole Rodenburg

Originally hailing from Fargo, North Dakota, Nicole Rodenburg is an actor, writer and director based in New York City. Her work onstage has been described by the New York Times as "priceless." She's known for her work developing new plays with our most groundbreaking and lauded contemporary playwrights, starring in Annie Baker's Pulitzer Prize winning The Flick (dir. Sam Gold), as well as Baker's latest play The Antipodes (dir. Lila Neugebauer), Samuel D. Hunter's The Whale and, most recently, Ming Peiffer's hit play Usual Girls at the Roundabout Theatre Company. Her screen credits include the starring role in What Children Do, alongside John Early and Josh Ruben, Lifetime's Amish Witches, Inside Amy Schumer, The Shivering Truth, Tenderly, TIC, Good News For Modern Man, and The Girl's Guide to Depravity. Glob Lessons, written with her longtime collaborator Colin Froeber, is her directorial debut.

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