The topics of religion and politics are off limits when at a dinner party according to social advisors, but they are often discussed whether or not they start a war, end a friendship or make you skip dessert. However, there are other topics that seem even more taboo because regardless of your nationality or creed, discussing addiction and death are (pardon the pun) buzz killers. Why? The brave people at The Biscuit Factory have chosen these topics for their latest production "Written Off: The Short, Sad, Beautiful Life of Matt Edwards." I spoke with Molly Hermann of The Biscuit Factory to find out more about the project:
EP: This is a heavy topic and certainly not something I would expect to be an easy undertaking. What is the inspiration behind telling this story?