At the end of last season, the University of Michigan produced a play that should have been a movie. Some of the 33 scenes were less than a page long in Seth Moore’s Jonesin’, a play about a dealer who creates a new drug to cure addictions through a wrenching hallucinogenic experience. The 15 rapidly changing locales include a hotel room, a bar, a bathroom, all viewed from the protagonist’s perspective. The budget was low and the rehearsal period short, designed to fit into schedules of ...

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