The One-Line: A group of people, who are addicted to being angry, look for reasons to be outraged.
Genre: Comedy Cast: 3 Female, 2 Male, 10 Roles that can be either Running Time: 35 minutes Synopsis: Outragers Anonymous is a group of angry individuals who meet to fellowship and help one another overcome their “outrageism.” The group’s mission statement is “Keep calm and help others achieve not outrage.” Each week, they meet in an abandoned building, which, outrages them. And when the mayor announces his city revitalization initiative, the outragers, assisted by the media, launch a protest. But so blinded by their own outrage, they end up protesting homeless puppies and baby marmosets, complete with signs, chanting, and lots of booing. Jam packed with physical comedy, weirdo characters, and outrageous tactics, there’s not much hope for the mayor to escape his important announcement unscathed. In fact, this play is so outrageous that a cation must be issued. WARNING: Outrage may cause addiction to name calling, interrupting, chanting, protesting, self-righteousness, victimhood, mob mentality, and uncontrollable fits of laughter.
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