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By Mark Jay Rosen
Who are we? Freud opines the psyche is made of three parts—Id, Ego and Super Ego—each contributing to create the whole persona. What if we were to separate ourselves into this trio? What if this trio is at cross purposes? Imagine your inner self at war with who you love, how you live, or your goals in life.
Meet Jim, a college psych major focused on end-of-school exams. Meet Sylvia, his demanding girlfriend of one year who orchestrates her own engagement to Jim. Fast forward to a hit on the head and all of a sudden Jim splits into his Id, Ego and Super ego. Chaos ensues as his Super Ego and Id go out into the world with their own agenda. Does Jim Id find love with Mary, even though Mary is already dating Doug, a man with big plans? Does Jim Super Ego fight to keep Sylvia, his ideal, and who is Dr. Olga, and does she solve the mystery of the three Jims?
Come see if love finds its match in the fast-paced romantic comedy ME 3, written by Mark Jay Rosen.
Directed by J.R. Colbeck. Stage Managed by Laurie Ludlow. Performed at Tibbits Opera House on March 2, 3 and 4th, 7:30 pm.
Jim's Ego - Jason Hanson
Jim's ID - Thomas Wright
Jim's Super Ego - David Winn
Sylvia - Kasey Worst
Mary - Stephanie Schultz
Doug - Curtis Odom
Dr. Olga - Gina Wright