Anxiety. There’s a thing we can all relate to. If you’re Hal Cantor’s therapist, you’d call it acute (Hal prefers the term endearing). Hal’s breathtakingly honest, often hilarious look at himself — and the state of his mental health as it pertains to grief, shame, sexuality (don’t ASK, he’ll TELL), religion (OY!), and career (Hal writes for Hollywood, that most equitable and non-triggering of places) — is spot-on to our moment; to the times we’re living in.
The Importance of Being Anxious reflects Hal’s life back to us, warts ’n all, with humour and heart. And lots of gay sex.
a Dreamatorium Theatre production
Written and performed by HAL CANTOR
Directed by RALPH BOGARD
Produced by ROD JORGE