Piss Play Is About Minorities So It's Really Important

The Arts Council must pick one lucky recipient to win the big funding prize! Who will it be?

This farce of urinary proportions sends up the ridiculous nature of arts funding and who actually gets the cash.

Run by two self-involved nuts that put three applicants through the paces for the booty, only one hopeful has the courage to steel his nerve and give what is greatly desired: The streaming shame of what it means to be "less than" in society.

This nasty farce, with its heart in its kidneys, is sure to tickle even the most politically correct.

Piss Play Is About Minorities So It’s Really Important had its world premiere at West Coast Ensemble in Los Angeles and was presented at the Summer Cringe Festival in New York City, produced by NY Artists, Unlimited with David Youse, Carla Barnett and Flip Laffoon where it received the GOLDEN PINEAPPLE (First Prize) for Best Play and a Jack Lemon Award for David Youse’s portrayal of John of the Arts Council.