Drama / 2m, 1f / Interior Set Andy, a recent college graduate weighed down by student loans, gets paid a great deal to tattoo a corporate logo on his forehead. His artist girlfriend Katelyn is not impressed, his liberal best friend thinks he's crazy, and now he has to live with it. The decision has both tragic and comic consequences as he comes to learn that the logo is more than just ink on his skin. But Katelyn sees a very unique artistic opportunity. She sees his body as an example of the extent to which consumerism has permeated our daily lives. When Andy decides to rip up the check and get the tattoo removed he finds he is faced with an unexpected decision. Billboard is a comedy about the battle between commercialism, fame, art and love. Winner of the 2006 Next Generation Playwriting Contest by Reverie Productions and the 2006 Tim Robbins Playwrighting Contest for Plays of Social Significance.
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