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Clem and Tom, a young couple with financial struggles, break into Tom’s employer, a payday loan company called Debt Duck, to clean out the safe. When his gambling-addicted boss arrives with the same idea, they're drawn into a strange scenario involving a gang of Estonians, a self-interested supervisor with a large mortgage, and an overly sentient alarm system.

The Trap, by the same playwright of Crossing the Line, is a new play about debt, employee theft, and the difficulties of being a good person in a capitalist society.

Clem and Tom, a young couple with financial struggles, break into Tom’s employer, a payday loan company called Debt Duck, to clean out the safe. When his gambling-addicted boss arrives with the same idea, they're drawn into a strange scenario involving a gang of Estonians, a self-interested supervisor with a large mortgage, and an overly sentient alarm system.

The Trap, by the same playwright of Crossing the Line, is a new play about debt, employee theft, and the difficulties of being a good person in a capitalist society.

Clem and Tom, a young couple with financial struggles, break into Tom’s employer, a payday loan company called Debt Duck, to clean out the safe. When his gambling-addicted boss arrives with the same idea, they're drawn into a strange scenario involving a gang of Estonians, a self-interested supervisor with a large mortgage, and an overly sentient alarm system.

The Trap, by the same playwright of Crossing the Line, is a new play about debt, employee theft, and the difficulties of being a good person in a capitalist society.

WHEN

WHERE

Amphibian Stage
120 S. Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
http://www.amphibianstage.com/all-shows/the-trap-kieran-lynn

TICKET INFO

$33-$100
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