Synopsis

Doig - The Musical with No Singing, No Dancing and Very Little Music

Greg Freeman

Published by Cyberpress

2 Male 2 Female

Inspired by the Cynic Diogenes (412-323 BC), this Play is not actually a Musical but a wicked satire on contemporary consumerism

Doig has fallen from grace and sunk into a deep depression

His sister wants him to move on with his life and out of her spare room

So she employs a life coach to revitalize him

The coaching works

But with unexpected consequences

Casting off all his worldly possessions, Doig embarks on a crusade of non-consumerism

But his non-consumerism message soon becomes a successful brand

And he descends into madness

CAST
M2,F2 of M3,F1

REVIEWS

"Utterly bonkers but quite brilliant" ~ Time Out - Critics' Choice and Show of the Week

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