A mother gives away her most cherished possessions and reveals her most closely guarded secrets. Other real-life characters describe their own stuff: a filled-to-bursting storage unit of train memorabilia, an art collection lost to the wrecking ball, a Moscow meeting with Paul Robeson, and a long-lost file box of knowledge.
“It’s a lovely, wonderfully written, beautifully detailed, and resonant solo show that I can wholeheartedly recommend,” wrote Christopher Henley in DC Theatre Scene. “Thought-provoking and comedic, John Feffer’s Stuff will engage you from start to finish,” wrote Lauren Katz in DC Metro Theater Arts.
A hit at DC’s Capital Fringe Festival and New York’s United Solo Festival, Stuff will be included in Indie Theater Now’s 2015 United Solo collection.