Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy
A stunning monologue which is a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile.
2013 Lucille Lortel Award Nomination - Outstanding Solo Show
Behold the newest nobody of the funniest century yet. He's almost Christ-like, from a distance, in terms of height and weight. Listen closely or drift off uncontrollably, as he speaks to you directly about the notion of home, about the notion of the world. All of it delivered with the authority that is the special province of the unsure and the un-homed, which is a word he made up accidentally. The running time, if he doesn't die or think of anything else, is roughly one hour.
Title and Deed is a provocative new work by Pulitzer Prize finalist and Horton Foote Prize winner Will Eno, whom The New York Times called "a Samuel Beckett for the Jon Stewart generation."
"Leaves you happily word-drunk! Georgeously and inventively wrought. Haunting and often fiercely funny." - The New York Times
"Daring, spectacular and hilarious! Stage poetry of a high order!" - The New Yorker
"Pensive, lyrical, deeply funny and profoundly sad. [Title and Deed] puts a hex on the audience!" - Variety