Bobby Smith stars in this musical ode to the unemployed with an enterprising twist.
A dedicated corporate “information refiner” has learned that his company is moving to a cheaper, but very (very) remote, location and taking the jobs with it. Backed by a jazz band, this permanent part-timer must decide whether to go and uproot his family’s life or embark on an unknown venture.
Sardonic wit merges with clever jazz, blues and bluegrass music for an irreverent capitalist critique of the personal cost of doing business.
“Immensely appealing… music, jokes and personal narrative [are] tightly knitted together into one consistent human package.”
― The New York Times
Running time is approximately 90-100 minutes, no intermission.
This show is recommended for teens and adults and will use theatrical haze. Click here to read all content warnings.
Music Composed by
Ethan Lipton, Eben Levy, Ian M. Riggs and Vito Dieterle
Ian M. Riggs
Frederick P. Deeben
Production Stage Manager
No Place to Go Music Director, Composer, and Bassist Ian M. Riggs has played with both Ethan Lipton & His Orchestra as well as with Ed Helms (The Office) and Jacob Tilove with the Lonesome Trio. Learn more about his musical process, his compositions and his unique sound.
October 6 from 1-2PM in the Mead Lobby or streaming online