Reasons To Be Pretty

By Neil Labute

Directed by David M. Jenkins

Extended! May 12 – Jun. 5, 2011

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Tickets: $24.50

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

... flows with the compelling naturalness of overheard conversation.

New York Times

A love story about the impossibility of love, reasons to be pretty introduces us to Greg, who really, truly adores his girlfriend, Steph. Unfortunately, he also says something stupid to his best friend, and when it gets back to her all hell breaks loose.

A hopelessly romantic drama about the hopelessness of romance, reasons to be pretty is the final act in the trilogy including The Shape of Things and Fat Pig.

It is tight, tense and emotionally true, and it portrays characters who actually seem part of the world that the rest of us live in.

Time Magazine
Kari Goetz and Dayton Sinkia in Jobsite's Reasons to be Pretty. (Photo: Pritchard Photography.)

Media

Previews

Jobsite Theater presents production of ‘reasons to be pretty’ at Straz Center – St. Petersburg Times

Reality play plumbs depths of love – St. Petersburg Times

Reasons to see ‘reasons’ – USF Oracle

Reasons to be Pretty by Neil Labute – Tampa Entertainment Guide

Cast & Crew

  • David M. Jenkins – Director
  • Matthew Ray – Stage Manager

Cast

  • Kari Goetz – Steph
  • Chris Jackson – Kent
  • Grace Santos Feeney – Carly
  • Dayton Sinkia – Greg

Crew

  • Summer Bohnenkamp – Assistant Director
  • Bridgette Dreher – Scenic Artist
  • Alexandra Gonzalez – Intern
  • David M. Jenkins – Sound Designer
  • Greg Newcomb – Poster Artist
  • Brian M. Smallheer – Scenic and Lighting Designer
  • Katrina Stevenson – Costume Designer

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