One Night at T.F. Green


“For Thanksgiving of 2001, I went to visit some family in Virginia. Instead of flying back to Boston, I flew to T.F. Green airport in Warwick, Rhode Island. I was going to catch a bus to Boston. But the flight was delayed and I missed the last bus.”

The 85% true story of a young man’s night just a short bus ride from home, but seemingly on another planet. T.F. Green is a world populated by lunatics, prostitutes, police, drunks, drug dealers, birthday girls, drunken pianists, and the very bored driver of a Zamboni-style floor cleaner.


  • Created and performed by David Mogolov. Directed by Steve Kleinedler.
  • Original music by Evan Sicuranza and Ryan Walsh.
  • Debuted in September 2002 at ImprovBoston. Ran again in July 2003.
  • Selected for performance at the Single File Festival in Chicago, March 2003.


One-Night Standup (jpg), September 2002

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