Clinically Un-Depressed

Clinically Un-Depressed is a dramatic comedy about a boy with a chemical imbalance which causes him to not be able to be angry or sad. Due to his condition, his psychologically abusive father and the grumpy old man in the neighborhood have to deal with him differently than they deal with other people. Anger does not work with the boy. More

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About Will Holcomb

Will Holcomb is a software engineer, writer and playwright, among other things. His four part book "The Infinite Jeff", explores questions facing both the individual and society/humanity. It takes a fascinating look at religion and human potential. He is currently editing part 3 of "The Infinite Jeff", and working on a new play. The first play, "Shakespeare Rocks", was written for a youth troupe as a fun way to get them interested in Shakespeare. His second play, "Clinically Un-Depressed", premiered to sold out shows and standing ovations. It explores the possibility of how lives could be transformed if we simply reacted differently to others.

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Review by: john daniels jr on Dec. 13, 2016 : (no rating)
Playhouse Smithville premiered Clinically Un-Depressed in 2014. The audience response was unbelievable. The four performances were sold out and the word of mouth was so positive. We are restaging the play this year due to audience demand. This show has raised more discussion in our community than any other original script we have produced. The play sets aside traditional dramatic action and has no major conflict. The story is told through a serious of minor conflicts as normal, "rational" people have to deal with and be affected by a main character who can learn, but can not change. He is incapable of anger, hate or sadness. His "being" makes everyone who comes in contact with him question themselves, their values and how they choose to live their lives. What drives you? What sustains you? Why do you choose what you choose? Something different.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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