BY Jeffrey Lo

Directed By Michael Champlin

A modern day prophet has predicted the disappearance of half the world's population, and it happened.

Now he warns those remaining that when the clock strikes midnight, they are the next to go.

With 12 hours to live, how would you spend your time?

Jan 25 — Feb 17

Hilarious and hopeful ... Jeffrey Lo’s play beautifully combines romance, optimism, and laughs. Lo takes us on a joyride to self-discovery. “Spending the End of the World” encourages us how to live better now.”

—Evelyn Arevalo, Theatrius.com

"Lo is a talented writer and worth paying attention to.”

—Karla Kane, Palo Alto Weekly

"charming, sweet and quirky ... The actors are terrific and succeed in presenting off beat characters that ring true.” — Barbara Keer, SF Splash

”Mr. Lo’s play is championed by sweet sincerity ... Do yourself a favor and go spend a few hours at The Pear; you won’t regret swiping right on this production!”

—Marc Gonzales

” ... what it means to let go of past, self-induced restrictions and boundaries and to open one's self to living in the presence of another person is the heart of Jeffrey Lo's script.”

—Eddie Reynolds, Talkin’Broadway

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