Holed up in a washroom in Vancouver’s International Airport, Cindy and Crystal are fighting for their lives. Crystal has a belly full of heroine and a limited time to get it out of her system and Cindy is trying to keep her violent drug smuggling boyfriend at bay. A dark comedy about class, friendship and drug smuggling.
From award-winning playwrights Beth Graham and Daniela Vlaskalic (Drowning Girls), comes a dark comedy about poverty, class, friendship and drug smuggling.
Keywords: Drugs, friendship, dark comedy
Produced at Theatrefront, Toronto, 2019
Genre: Dark Comedy, Drama
Run time: 90 minutes
Male roles: 1
Female roles: 2
" Beth Graham and Daniela Vlaskalic are no strangers to creating plays that pack a punch. The writing here is bracing, muscular and compelling... Mules is a gripping play that will have you clutching the armrests."
"‘Mules’ is a dark comedy about choices, trust, friendship, circumstances, poverty and drug smuggling. In ninety minutes with one set and three actors, this play achieves what plays aspire to be. It is dramatic, suspenseful, comedic and emotional. The dialogue is engaging, the characters are complex and the performances are superlative."