What happens when the “other woman” becomes your roommate? What happens when she starts to confide in you about her affair?
From the playwright of “A Common Man’s Guide to Loving Women,” comes a claustrophobic drama, set in the Black community of Toronto’s Bloor and Bathurst neighbourhood, which challenges the distance between deception and redemption.
“No question playwright Andrew Moodie has a gift for naturalism.” Toronto Star
By Andrew Moodie
Award-winning playwright and actor Andrew Moodie has written a number of plays, including Riot, Oui, Wilbur County Blues, and A Common Man’s Guide to Loving Women. He lives and works in Toronto.
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