June 2, 2014
Mutual Consent takes place in an upscale hotel room in Seattle. At the top of the play, two narrators crawl into the window and address the audience directly, telling a magical realist tale about two lovers who get lost in a great wood. But they lose the thread of their own story, bicker about details, and become emotionally distraught. Eventually, they pull suitcases from under the bed and escape back through the window as two characters enter into the hotel room from the door. That’s when the fun begins…Mutual Consent is an intriguing blend of absurdity and lyricism that explores the beauties and discontents of love in middle age.
a play by Nancy Bell and Peter Grandbois
Mutual Consent contains mature content