ASKING STRANGERS THE MEANING OF LIFE
In the opening scene of this comedy, a writer meets the ghost of Franz Kafka, which sets off an existential chain of events forcing the cast to confront the meaning of life. Through a series of hilarious random encounters, the play questions whether we can understand our existence or is life just one long Zoom meeting interrupted by Amazon and Doordash deliveries.
Designed to be simply staged, 'Asking Strangers The Meaning Of Life' can use a cast as small as four or as many as ten. The cast can be any race, ethnicity, physicality, and sexual orientation/identity.