BRIEF SELF-DESCRIPTION: "Three master thespians have gifted you the show of your life. Rejoice! They've agreed to do a talkback."
WE THINK: A special treat for theater artists and veteran theatergoers, The Talkback puts us at the end of what was apparently an excruciatingly earnest six-hour play, "Prodigal Father" by Shallow Screame Theatre Collective. The play's dramatic ending is followed by a curtain call and then the obligatory talkback.
Justin Jain, David Johnson, and Bradley Wrenn plunge into a daring improvised Q&A with the audience, who quickly catch on and pose hilariously ridiculous questions about the play and the ensemble's process, dubbed "ERIC, for "Everything (w)Ritten In Collaboration," for which they invent clever answers without missing a beat.