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All New People

All New People
Your Price: $17.95 CDN
Author: Zach Braff
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 43
Pub. Date: 2013
ISBN-10: 082222562X
ISBN-13: 9780822225621

About the Play:

All New People is a full-length comedy by Zach Braff. Who knew the worst day of your life could be so funny? From Zach Braff, the writer, director and lead of the hit film Garden State and star of the long-running TV comedy Scrubs, All New People is a fresh look at unexpected and accidental friendships that arise in life's most trying situations.

All New People is a comic four-hander set in the dead of winter, where at his wealthy friends' luxury Long Beach Island apartment, Charlie has hit rock bottom on his 35th birthday. Away from the rest of the world, this perfect escape is interrupted by a motley parade of misfits who show up and change his plans. A hired beauty, a fireman, and an eccentric British real estate agent desperately trying to stay in the country all suddenly find themselves tangled together in a beach house where the mood is anything but sunny, while Charlie just wishes they'd leave and let him get on with it. All New People is a slick, lively and contemporary comedy written by award-winning screenwriter and well-known actor Zach Braff.

All New People premiered in 2011 at Second Stage off-Broadway in New York City and subsequently moved to tour the UK, playing in Manchester, Glasgow and finally in London in 2012. Since then the play has been performed at regional theatres across the US.

Cast: 2 women, 2 men

What people say:

"[Zach Braff] scores with All New People, a morbidly funny play about the trendy new existential condition of being young, adorable, and miserable." — Variety

"Consistently and sometimes sensationally funny…[Braff] invests this angst-fueled comedy with a perky sensibility." — New York Times

"…a hipper, edgier take on the bantering comedies that were once the domain of playwrights like Neil Simon." — Hollywood Reporter

"Sit back and laugh." — New York Daily News

"...the defining play of a generation … so side-splittingly funny line after line that one almost thinks his brain should be donated to science." — The Huffington Post

"This is how it's done, folks. ...Zach Braff has written a hysterical yet insightful script about four insanely disparate and damaged thirty-somethings struggling with the aloneness of being alive. ...Did we mention it's seriously funny?." — Florida Theater On Stage

About the Playwright:

Zach Braff is an American actor and filmmaker. His success as an actor began with his role as J.D. on the NBC/ABC television series Scrubs (2001-2010), for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and for three Golden Globe Awards, all while transitioning to work behind-the-camera, where he soon found equal footing as a director, writer and producer. After directing seven episodes of Scrubs, (including the show's landmark 100th episode), He made his feature film debut as a director and writer on the 2004 comedy-drama Garden State, in which he also starred.