Nothing Special Productions presents the world premiere of A Midlife Something. Bob is in a funk. Since his father died, his grief is keeping him down. He can’t cook. He can’t work. He can’t f#ck. On his 25th birthday, he believes his life is half over. He wants to get a new job, new city, new life. He just can’t get unstuck. Who is holding him back? His mom, his best friend, his girlfriend, or the hiring gatekeeper at Shirts and Giggles? Bob wants to blame someone – but whom? A Midlife Something paints an intimate portrait of a man in mourning.
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