Cast Size: 2 Males, 1 Female
Cast Size: 22 Monologues, Cast Varies
"genuinely amusing, illuminating, almost wholesome."
- Jonathan Mandell (@NewYorkTheatre)
"honest, charming, vulnerable."
- Ed Malin (NYTHEATER.COM)
"bold and innovative."
- Stephen Tortora-Lee (The Happiest Medium)
"hilarious and relatable."
- Adrienne Urbanski, (Theatre is Easy)
Synopsis: This subtle and touching drama takes place at a truck stop diner in West Texas, where two desperate and lonely strangers find redemption in each other's eyes while discussing a stolen guitar. The play explores raw human emotions and consequences while these two desperate characters navigate and come to terms with the choices they've made on the road of life.
“Goodnight Lovin’ Trail is about as perfect a one act play as I’ve ever come across; effectively comprised of all the parts that make a play work: characters who are brimming with contradiction, both hopeful and hopeless and a story line that drops in on the surface of these lives like a perfect teardrop.”
—The Happiest Medium