A Killjoy’s Guide to Saving the World
Being an adult doesn’t mean you have to stop being happy – just that you’re the one responsible for getting there. Phil, a recently fired assistant, has dreams of a full, no-nonsense life. Those dreams are instantly shattered upon reconnecting with old friends Minnie and Otis, who recruit him on a quirky misadventure to save the world. Phil would be far more invested if the affair didn’t include an organized cult, seven Celestial Entities, or – admittedly – the childish, zany personalities calling themselves his friends. From the creative team of Fringe World Award nominated and sold-out show ‘An Inordinate Number of Steves’ playwright Sean Wcislo and Fringe World sold-out show ‘Roomates: Live from Apartment 19’ director Ryan Partridge, ‘A Killjoy’s Guide to Saving the World’ is an apology letter to our younger selves who reveled in things we find cringeworthy today. A Killjoy’s Guide to Saving the World is performing from the 15th – 18th June at Camelot Theatre in Mosman Park.