by Stephen F. Murray
In the not too distant future, marriage licenses are no longer granted “till death do us part.” As Brad and Cecily are completing their renewal process with a state official, they find themselves questioning how much of their marriage is simply a contract – and how much is something more.
Stephen F. Murray (Playwright/Director)
Stephen is a freelance director and playwright. He has original work presented in Chicago, New York, Minnesota, Michigan, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. He was the founding Artistic Director of Promethean Theatre Ensemble, Chicago. stephenfmurray.weebly.com
Courtney Abbott (Cecily)
Courtney is an actor and intimacy choreographer, currently pursuing an MFA at Ohio University. Recent projects include: She Kills Monsters (Agnes), & (Cerberus). For twelve years she toured as Woman in Sex Signals for Catharsis Productions. Courtney is a graduate of Northwestern University.
Sean Ewert (Leslie)
Sean is an actor and storyteller based in Los Angeles. He has worked extensively in Chicago storefront theater with such companies as Steppenwolf Garage Rep, TUTA Theatre, Collaboraction, Von Orthal Puppets and Oracle Productions. He holds a BA in Theater from the University of Northern Colorado.
Greg Hudson (Brad)
Greg is an NY based actor. He was most recently seen in Convention at the Irondale Center. He is also a member of the sketch comedy group Ransom at the Magnet Theater, where he performed that needy loser Paris in a Zoom adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. greghudsonactor.com