Off-Broadway Play Tells The Story Of Two Guys, A Girl, And An Xbox 360

Friendship. Gaming. Drama. Gaming. Love. Gaming. Betrayal. That's the low down on When in Disgrace (Haply I Think on Thee). The NY Times has reviewed this off-Broadway play that tells the story of two gamers and the girl that got between them. Here's the review's synopsis of the show:

"The story involves a triangle among the troubled, virginal Ryan (portrayed by Patrick Vaill); his best bud, Ben (Alex Brown), a gifted golden boy and favorite video-game opponent; and Ryan's old friend Caroline (Lauryn Fay Sullivan), who, as Ben's love interest, steps between them. The play traces Ryan's spiral into homicidal dementia over Ben's 'betrayal.'"

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