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“Sheeple” is a new play by Mara Wilson about the teenage burden of having to know everything. It’s a summer day during Bush’s reign, and Nick is determined to save the world, score some pot, make Soo-Min his girlfriend, and have his LaVeyan Satanist brother talk his best friend Alberto out of enlisting. Sheeple is about what to do when “everything you know is wrong.”
Mara Wilson is a recovering former child actor best known for her roles in the films Matilda and Mrs. Doubtfire. These days she writes plays, fiction, nonfiction, and regularly performs as a storyteller. Mara and her work have been seen at Ars Nova, Theatre 80, The Tank, 3LD Art and Technology Center, The Strawberry One Act Festival, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, UCBeast, The People’s Improv Theater, Le Poisson Rouge, Arlene’s Grocery, and Union Hall. Her writing has been featured on Cracked.com, Theatermania.com, The Nostalgia Chick, RISK!, The Story Collider, Jezebel, The Huffington Post, Yahoo! News, and on her own website, MaraWilsonWritesStuff.com.
Max Reuben is an actor, director, and playwright. As a founding member of AGGROCRAG, a Brooklyn-based theater company dedicated to the creation of original work, his work has been seen at places like Ars Nova, Theatre 80, The Brooklyn Lyceum, Underground Arts in Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and The Bleeker Street Theater. He currently teaches first year playwriting at Playwrights Horizons Theater School, an undergraduate drama studio at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
SHEEPLE stars Chris Cafero (Awesome 80’s Prom, SNL) Fernando Gonzalez, Cecilia Kim, Benj Mirman (The Discipline Committee on Funny or Die and Glamour Magazine), and William Vaughn. The production team includes Gary Reuben (Set Designer), Anna Lauren Farrell (Producer), Megan Ermilio (Assistant Director/Stage Manager).
Part of FringeNYC 2013.