18th & Union Capitol Hill
July 13–28, Thursdays–Saturdays, 7:30 pm
Recommended by Rich Smith
When normal people pick up their loved ones from the airport, they arrive on time and drive around and around in a loop until their beloved finally emerges from the airport burdened with luggage. But brown-nosing rule-followers know there’s a place called a “cell phone waiting lot,” which is really just a giant wi-fi-enabled parking lot where you can hang out (for only 20 minutes!) without being harassed by the “move along” cops. A quartet of local playwrights (Andrew Lee Creech, Jackie De La Cruz, Nick Edwards, and Maggie Lee) use this slightly bizarre setting as the backdrop for four 20-minute plays about the unexpected dramas and farces that befall these parking-lot people.