Black Fox Theatre presents the Midwest Premiere of Brothers Beckett.
Two brothers share bunk beds in a pigsty of a room. What’s so odd about that? Well, Kevin is a 26 year old playwright and Brad is a 32 year old unemployed philosophy major. Their best friends are their goofy, toilet-clogging neighbor and a sweet, germ-phobic meteorologist. It sounds like the premise of Seth Rogan and James DeFranco comedy, right? It certainly has the poop jokes and sexual conquests slash marks for a no-brainer, “Hangover” appeal. Yet, does it work as a stage play?
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