Past Shows

Sundown Shows

LOVERS by Sundown Collaborative Theatre

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.

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SAID AND DONE by Kasey Tackett

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.

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(THE WINTER’S TALE) by William Shakespeare

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.

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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.