Dan Duling

The Great Hippie Riot

[with Steve Bellamy]

Kabul, Afghanistan, 1971. Based on a true story, this is an ensemble comedy about the international brotherhood of freaks and drug smugglers who bond together in the Black Hole of Kabul to stage a non-violent revolt before scattering to the far corners of the world as hippie idealism confronts the harsher realities of the new world. Imagine “Stalag 17” meets a comic and politically incorrect version of “Midnight Express.”

Looking ahead in 2012.

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Duling’s plays have been produced throughout the United States. Most recently, “Monstrosity” received staged readings at the Skylight Theatre in Los Angeles as part of the Inkubator reading series by the Katselas Theatre Company. Before that, “Monstrosity” also received a staged reading at Innovation Theatre Works in Bend, Oregon. The search for theatres interested in producing “Monstrosity” continues in earnest in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.