Struggling writer Jo has been given the opportunity of a lifetime to write her own memoir. The only catch is that her publishers explicitly ask that she only write about her life truly, and that it be as exciting as possible. Forced to rexamine her rather dull life, strange events begin to occur, and Jo has to decide if her life is worth writing about, or worth living.
"Verité will definitely make you laugh and gasp." - TheatreMania
"Mr. Jones deftly satirizes the mania for memoirs." - The New York Times