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Samantha is lonely and confined to her bed. Layne is shy and too afraid of the world to journey into it. But when these two thirty-somethings connect through an online dating site, they fall for each other fast and hard. What could go wrong? Considering that they’re both pretending to be someone else, the short answer is: everything. When people are free to project any version of themselves they wish, who knows where reality ends and fantasy begins? Our new, digital world is upended in Kingdom Come, Jenny Rachel Weiner’s blisteringly funny and all-too-relatable comedy about what happens when the feelings are real, but the people are not.
"Funny, affecting and sensitively drawn, with surprising twists [...] This unconventional romantic comedy is a testament to playwright Jenny Rachel Weiner's inventiveness." - The Hollywood Reporter
"Gorgeous and expertly carved. The best way to describe Jenny Rachel Weiner's thoughtful play is 'human.'" - Talkin' Broadway
"Jenny Rachel Weiner's theatrical thought experiment leaves us with interesting questions to chew on." - TheaterMania
“Harrowing and Thrilling.” - The New Yorker