SMITHTOWN featured in the February 2021 New Yorker

“It’s abundantly clear by now that technology doesn’t smooth away human foibles but refracts and often magnifies them. In ‘Smithtown,’ the playwright Drew Larimore probes the cracks of our digital lives in four, chatty, unsettling monologues revolving around the same tragedy in a small college town.”

–Michael Schulman, The New Yorker