Patrick Spencer is a legend in the self-help world, teaching a level of considered selfishness that would make Ayn Rand jealous.
Brian Calhoun is a giant, towering over 7 feet tall. He’s also a homeless heroin addict, living in his Dad’s old Cadillac, who’s been recruited by his dealer to be his thug – paid in free heroin.
Diana Spencer is the disaffected daughter of a famous and emotionally detached father in a support group for her sex addiction.
It’s Not My Fault and I Don’t Care Anyway is a tale of Brian, who is coerced by his drug dealer boss to help kidnap Diana and hold her for ransom. It’s a tale of Patrick, who sees his daughter’s kidnapping as a test of his famous philosophy of selfishness and decides not to pay the ransom, despite the threats against his daughter’s life. And it’s a tale of Diana who, devastated by her father’s abandonment, puts a brutal revenge plan into action against him.
Written and Directed by Chris Craddock, and based on his award-winning play, It’s Not My Fault and I Don’t Care Anyway is a dramatically introspective tug on your soul that’s set to have you question your ethics or bend your moral code in this examination of humanity. Ultimately, you’ll ask the question: Does anyone really care about anyone?