A press conference is held. Two opposing timelines are pitted against each other: a time-warped robot from the future and a dinosaur from the past defend their involvement in the “recent incident concerning the train.”
Sundown's 4th Annual(ish) Short Play Festival
As a child, Joan witnesses a horrific incident involving her uncle, which she is told to ignore for the good of "the cause." As she grows older, this act proves to be part of a literal world war, with all elements of nature taking sides. Presented promenade-style in a house, Far Away explores how one action can represent an escalation into global catastrophe.
Sadists. Masochists. Lovers. No matter what you call them, those who choose to love are, by default, risk-takers. To celebrate these brave, insane people, this show creates a performance with plenty of words, but no set script, order, or plan. Lovers is a kaleidoscope of couples interacting in improvised sketches which illustrate what happens to human communication when love is its main conduit. This show contains adult language and situations.
The universe as we know it has been destroyed, and all that remains is a single atom containing the remnants of ideas held by humanity. Life, Death, Faith, Science, Nature, and Time constantly desire to be felt, known, and understood. Their struggle to find relevance and meaning in what seems like an endless cycle of nothingness eventually leads to an ending that none of them could have anticipated.
King Leontes destroys his family, friendships, and kingdom with false accusations of infidelity between his wife and best friend. Throughout a sixteen year span, we see the consequences of his destruction in two lands and over two generations. Combining the words of Shakespeare with the music from ( ) by Sigur Rós, (The Winter's Tale) explores what actions must be taken for order to be restored to the lives of Leontes and his ilk.
A group of strangers are trapped by an unseen force. As they try to understand why they have been captured, past flaws, faults, and fears come to light. Utilizing music, dance, and original text, done/undone explores how our actions can create consequences that cannot be undone.