"Kiss the Boys is a delightful, energetic comedy that has more twists than a box of pretzels."
Carole Anne Gordon - Associate Theatre Critic for John Garcia's The Column/Pegasusnews.com
"Mark-Brian Sonna needs to be commended. Through his self titled production company, MBS Productions, he’s responsible for writing and producing many gay-themed plays enjoyed by both gay and straight audiences alike. Kiss The Boys, written, produced and starring Sonna, is one of these plays and is now playing at the Stone Cottage Theatre in Addison."
Doug Dodasovich - EdgeDallas.com
"His plays explode with creativity! Awesome!
"truly hilarious...orchestrated bedlam gone wild." Alexandra Bonifield - Critical rant and rave
“Kiss the Boys...succeeds beautifully - or rather, hunkily." Arnold Wayne Jones, Dallas Voice
"This sexy comedy is a twist on the old whodunnit." - D Magazine
"5 Stars" AOL.com
Nominated for the 2007 Column Award for Best Outstanding New Play
Kiss the Boys
a murderous comedy By Mark-Brian Sonna July 29 – August 22, 2010 Encore of the World Premiere
It’s back by popular demand! See the show that has become a cult favorite and the most requested for an encore by our audiences! Most murder mysteries are based on the concept of "who dunnit?" This sexy comedy is a case of "will they do it?'" A gay couple decides to hold a most unusual dinner party. They have invited the one person that hurt them the most in their life in order to murder them. The plan is simple: poisoned martinis will be served to the two guests, how complicated can it be? Chaos ensues when an uninvited guest shows up who won't drink alcohol, one has become a born a gain Christian, and is intending to redeem the Gay couple from their life of sin, and the other will only drink beer. Oh, did we mention that not everyone in this gathering of five is being truthful and they may also have ulterior motives, of which murder is also a part of it? You'll laugh as you squirm in your seat not knowing if, who, how, and when someone might get murdered! Nominated as best new play of the year by The Column Awards, 2007.
Directed by Charles Ballinger
Charli Armstrong as Luli Michael B. Moore as Richard Mark-Brian Sonna as Yavar David Swanner as Doug JP Cano as Sage
Stage Manager: Lara Davison Costumes & Set: Larry E. Groseclose