What a humorous misunderstanding
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Instant Misunderstandings
Instant Misunderstandings
MARLBORO/LYNDONVILLE- Kingdom County Productions and Marlboro College will present two Vermont shows of the new comedy play, “Instant Misunderstanding,” by Goat in the Road Theater, the New York-based theater company. Showtimes are 7:30 pm, Friday, February 7, at the Whittemore Theater at Marlboro College, and 7:30 pm, Saturday, February 8, at the Twilight Theater at Lyndon State College.

In “Instant Misunderstanding,” past and present collide in a whirlwind of sandwiches, phone conferences, tea, and computer commands – as two brothers, Johannes and Johannes Gutenberg, struggle to invent the Internet and propel themselves into a confusing and uncertain future. The play was conceived and will be performed by William Bowling and Christopher Kaminstein. It was written by the duo and Northeast Kingdom native and collaborator Sascha Stanton-Craven whose credits include writer/editor at The Onion and Adult Swim.

The word-of-mouth hit of the 2012 New Orleans Fringe Festival, “Instant Misunderstanding” was nominated as Best Original Work, Big Easy Theater Awards.

Tickets will be available at the door or by calling (888) 757-5559. Online sales are available at KingdomCounty.org. For more information contact performance series producer Jay Craven at jcraven@marlboro.edu.
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