Ten years ago, Bob Carter’s Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Company produced its first full-length play, Mark St. Germain’s “Out of Gas on Lover’s Leap,” at what was then the Cuillo Center of the Arts in downtown West Palm Beach. It proved so popular with audiences that it was brought back later that year and again now a decade later.
The two-character drama concerns a pair of new high school graduates, Myst Angeles (Alexa Roosevelt) and Grouper Morris (Stoan Maslev), the daughter of a fading rock star and the son of an ambitious U.S. Senator. They meet on a promontory in the woods to celebrate with beer and marijuana their leap into adulthood, and perhaps to consummate their love.
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OUT OF GAS ON LOVER’S LEAP
Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Co. at The Bhetty Waldron Theatre, 1009 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach. Continuing through May 26. Tickets: $25. Call: 800-494-8497.