How to Cope with Modern Society

Actors Billy Eugene Jones, Dan Domingues, Daoud Heidami & Michael Esper perform monologues & a song based on interviews with people who have different strategies — from doing drugs to practicing hot nude yoga — for coping with modern society.


How do we deal with the pressures of modern society? This week’s episode features interviews with people who employ different strategies for escaping their lives, including running away, doing drugs, attempting suicide, and practicing hot nude yoga. Billy Eugene Jones plays a former mole person who lived in the New York subway tunnels in the 1980’s; Dan Domingues plays the founder of hot nude yoga; Daoud Heidami plays a New Jersey State Trooper; and Michael Esper sings “Lost Horizon,” which Michael Friedman wrote for our play “Gone Missing.”

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