‘It’s Too Nice a Day for All That’ by SHANTIH Journal contributor Joseph Johnston, will receive its world premiere at the Tipping Point Theatre in Northville, Michigan on October 19th and 20th as part of their Sandbox Play Festival.
Johnston’s play is a surrealistic look at the end of a long term relationship played out over a game of horseshoes. The play will be directed by Patrick Loos and produced by James R. Kuhl. Ticket information can be found here: at the Tipping Point Theatre website.
Johnston’s play will premiere alongside Playing With Fired by Steve Hayet, Minor Deviations by Erin Osgood, The Roquefort Revelation by David MacGregor, and Misfortune by Mark Harvey Levine.