It’s dusk. Mother and father are in their bedroom, dressing in preparation for Parents’ Evening at their only daughter’s primary school. During this rare opportunity to check in, the couple embarks on a volatile, passionate and surprising confrontation that challenges every one of their life choices. The play is a painfully witty, perceptive exploration of the landlines of parenting in modern marriage.
“A compelling and absorbing new dramedy!” - TheatreMania, Read More
“Sharp writing and a surprising amount of humor!” - Backstage, Read More
“Doran’s script shows insightful nuance!" - NYTheatre.com, Read More
“The strength of Parents’ Evening is in the dialogue, specifically the insights that Doran reveals about the highs and lows, connections and alienations, of a couple with a child.” - Theatre is Easy, Read More
Check out these photos from the Flea Theater's production of Parents' Evening in April 2010.