You can learn a lot about yourself by being shallow. Four men are living out the narcissism that is not egoism but fear: pride that survives by visiting indignities upon each other, the unease in our inner-monologues and in our dialogues. Out from under the disco ball talking sex, art, culture, music, relationships, STD’s… Just words left in the air, concealing the fear of self-exposure. What do you talk about when you can’t be vulnerable?

This was my first play and, unfortunately, we didn’t record much of the publicity we did for it.

We did, however, take home one of the 2004 Harvest Festival Awards.

Winner: Most notable STAND-OUT promotion and publicity campaign

Press release by Marc Beaulieu

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