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 woman fighting for justice for her murdered brother is isolated in a world gone mad. Using video, music, movement, and original text, the attraction to and effect of violence are examined.
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.
As part of the 2014 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival, Sundown Collaborative Theatre in conjunction with The Agency Theater Collective presents Sweet Chariot. "How did I get here?" John sits in his bathtub getting drunk, seeking philosophical answers and emotional comfort from Boyd Worley's midnight radio show. Time and reality blur as Sweet Chariot explores the emotional psyche of a man in crisis.
An artist and writer navigate their way through a relationship that seemingly always cycles back to the beginning. As they attempt to integrate their lives, the two wonder if they can love each other as much as they love their art.
Carter Stubbs is unhappy. His wife is unhappy. If his job could feel, it would also be unhappy. Suddenly besieged by a series of unfortunate occurrences he is driven to escape. On a strange Pacific island, Carter is offered a chance to face his true nature and maybe, just maybe, chart a new direction for his future.
Two masochists made for one another, develop from accident-prone children to self-destructive adults over the course of 30 years. The lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the most bizarre intervals, leading the two childhood friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that keep drawing them together. The deep wounds they obtain are sewn together through their scars, forever reminding them of the other’s significance.