#21. Next Sunday’s Super Bowl officially ends the football season. The last tailgate party will be pulling out of the lot. Suddenly, fans will find time on their clock as they get benched. Where can diehards go for a post-season football fix?
Signal Ensemble Theatre presents the world premiere of Motion. Diane is the new GM for the Cleveland Rams. Drew is the agent for college football star Casey. Diane and Drew use to be married. The struggling Rams get first pick in the football draft. Casey is at the top of the list. When $100,000 gets Casey arrested, Diane and Drew work quickly and separately for the best score. Motion is “Moneyball” meets “Jerry Maguire” with an interception by “Erin Brockovich.”
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Filed under: Signal Ensemble
Tags: Aaron Snook, Anderson Lawfer, Anthony Ingram, Bries Vannon, Buck Blue, Elise Kauzlaric, Eric Roach, Glenn Stanton, Jenilee Houghton, Johnny Knight, Joseph McCauley, Julie Ballard, Katy Walsh, Mary O'Dowd, Melania Lancy, Meredith Alvarez, Mollie Alexander, Motion, Philip Winston, Ronan Marra, Signal Ensemble Theatre, Stephanie Chavara, Stephanie Ingram, Tim Martin, Vincent Lonergan