Thom Pain


Saturday, April 16, 2005

We know the name of the man on stage, but we don't know much else about him — he constantly revises his opinions and his portrayal of himself. In the acclaimed new play Thom Pain (based on nothing), playwright Will Eno explores some of the darker and lonelier corners of the soul. Eno and star James Urbaniak talked with Kurt Andersen about how it takes at least two people to put on a one-man show. Produced by Arun Rath and Sarah Lilley.


Will Eno and James Urbaniak

Produced by:

Sarah Lilley and Arun Rath

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