One of those events in the theatre that invites a string of adjectives--funny, edgy, existential, honest, engaging, raw--and yet defies classification or description. 


Will Eno


Susan V. Booth


Thom Pain (Based on Nothing) is a wry monologue in which an ordinary man, Thom Pain, muses on childhood, yearning, disappointment and loss, cataloguing the eternal agonies of the human condition as he draws his audience into his last-ditch plea for empathy and enlightenment. Think Eric Bogosian with a dash of George Carlin and Spalding Gray. 

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