I love the bold way that Sarah Ruhl writes color into the show. I think it creates a striking visual representation of the characters as their colorful personalities combine and collide against the blank canvas of Lane’s spotless apartment.
Inna Skogerboe (Sound Designer) has been a sound designer in the Twins Cities area since 2012. This will be her First show with Theatre Unbound. Some of her past shows […]
People should see this show because it perfectly balances humor and heartache.
1. At this moment, is your house clean? Yes my house is clean, but there is always dust collecting, and always more laundry to be done. 2. What’s your favorite […]
I enjoy cleaning out my drains with vinegar and baking soda because of the foamy reaction it produces. It sounds strange but it’s quite fun.
I love how Ruhl plays with time and reality.
It’s a hilarious (and occasionally heartbreaking) take on the messiness of life and love.
There’s a lot of dynamics at play and the show often feels like an in-depth analysis of how humans learn to love, accept, and grow with one another.
It checks all the boxes of what good, live theatre has to offer and then some. There’s comedy, drama, jokes, Portuguese, apples, opera to name a few.
Mess is an invaluable contribution to life.