Lawrence & Holloman

by Morris Panych
February 11, 2010 - February 28, 2010
Preview - February 10, 2010

A Wickedly Black Comedy About Frenemies

Envy. Hatred. Revenge . . . just your average best friends. How is it that some people can have so much going for them and other people not a thing going for them at all? That is the question the pathologically pessimistic Holloman has for his perennially optimistic colleague Lawrence, in this deliciously dark comedy by acclaimed Canadian playwright, Morris Panych. Funnier than “Friends”, blacker than “The Office”, Lawrence & Holloman is a wicked comedy about unlikely friendships and the hazards of wreaking revenge that will have you asking: is that what friends are for?!

Running Time:  1 hour, 50 minutes (including intermission)
AUDIENCE ADVISORY:  Gun Shot, Strong Language, Adult Themes

- Get behind-the-scenes -- The Rehearsal Observer's Blog

- Meet the actors, as they tell us about the play, their characters and why Winnipeg rocks, in the PTE Video Gallery

- The Winnipeg Sun's Lindsey Ward gives Lawrence & Holloman 4/5 stars, calling it "side-splittingly dark" (Read the review)

- Uptown Magazine's Jared Story talks to Matthew Edison, the obnoxiously optomistic Lawrence (Read more)

- Alison Mayes (Winnipeg Free Press) talks to Lawrence & Holloman playwright Morris Panych (Read more) and reviews the play (Read the review)


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