Baggage is a superbly written comedy by award-winning playwright Sam Bobrick. In this play, two un-centered, single people, Phyllis Novak and Bradley Naughton, both trying to heal from their respective disappointing relationships, get their luggage mixed up at the airport. After a very disagreeable first encounter to exchange their bags, the two decide to help each other get over their heartaches by forging a friendship. The friendship eventually leads to the two discovering that, while they may be too difficult for everyone else in the world, they are right for each other. Throw in Dr. Jonathan Alexander, a book hustling analyst and Phyllis’ outrageous, kooky friend Mitzi Cartwright, both of whom bounce in and out of the action dispensing unwanted advice. Add some audience interaction and some splendid surprises and you have the makings of a very fun and funny romantic comedy. Sam Bobrick is a prolific and award-winning television and film writer who wrote more than thirty stage plays including comedies and mystery plays. El Paseo patrons may remember the fun and laughter they enjoyed with EPAF’s production of his farce, Murder at the Howard Johnson’s.
General Admission – $25.00
EPAF Member – $20.00