New Saloon's I'M MISERABLE BUT CHANGE SCARES ME

An existential sitcom about co-dependency and stagnation, featuring rapid confessional dialogue and choreography that alternates between the hyper-colloquial and the ritualistic, I’M MISERABLE... explores the ways we use language to use each other. 

by Milo Cramer, directed by Morgan Green

choreography by Philip Berezney
with Maxwell Cosmo Cramer, Lucy Kaminsky, Keilly McQuail, Ronald Peet, 
Evan William Smith, Annie Tippe, and Madeline Wise

Set: Schuyler D. Burks

Lights: Marika Kent

Costumes: Isabelle Coler

Sound: Matt Otto