Mary Louise Parker in Sarah Ruhl’s play, Dead Man’s Cell Phone.


“I never had a cellphone, I didn’t want to be there, you know. Like if your phone is on you’re supposed to be there. Sometimes I like to disappear. But it’s like — when everyone has their cellphones on, no one is there. It’s like we’re all disappearing the more we’re there.”

- Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl


Mary-Louise Parker, with T. Ryder Smith, in Sarah Ruhl’s new comedy “Dead Man’s Cell Phone.”

Damn, this woman is a fine actress!