Audiences will order the evening’s performance from a menu of wildly comic and provocative vignettes addressing the assumptions and complications that arise when gender roles are too stiff and cisgendered men hold all the power. With absurd visuals and a frantic pace this Buffon clown-style show will leave audiences howling.
Six days, six unique shows. Character House Theatre Company performs their devised work on Anton Chekhov, nightly breathing fresh life into their scene improvisations like jazz artists riffing on familiar songs. From whimsical to heart-rending, the scenes open a window into the life of one of Russia’s most beloved writers.
In 1950s, Chicago native, Patricia Wilson visits home to share her big news after studying abroad in London. Little did she know her entire world will flip upside down as the beans spill about family secrets.
Can she face the challenges and keep her “new- found self-confidence?”
Ramla is a retired political science and Africana Studies professor.
All the makings of a Shakespearean Tragedy... with zombies. Just as Godfrey and Fleecia are about to say "I do," they are interrupted by the Zombie Apocalypse. With the help of a priest and Swashio, they must survive the undead - and each other.
Watch a preview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjjLmUFpWy8
Time stands still. The shadows start to shift. Elise can't escape. “Hers is the Heard of a Wolf” is a psychological thriller exploring the haunting aftermath of trauma and the lengths the mind will go to survive.
Tribune Star: http://www.tribstar.com/features/bash/terre-haute-playwright-s-creation-...
In the Mix, the company that brought you the hilarity of "Spaghetti Western 3D", presents a comedy with teeth, the tale of a young woman determined to make the world a better place—at any cost. Join Harley and a cast of thousands (well, two) on this daring international adventure.
What’s so fun about our relationship with mortality? This show, for one. Tobin tackles this imposing subject with insight and wit, along with engaging interactive demonstrations of the magical and psychic. It adds up to an experience that's far from morbid—and just might inspire you to live life more fully.
After several years of being incarcerated for child endangerment, an abusive father's return home sets off a variety of emotions. His manipulation of each character plays out as the reality of our times demonstrates there's not always a happy ending. Ready Freddy is for mature audiences.
Taming of the Shrew:
Sat 10/21 7:30pm
Sun 10/22 1:00pm
Fri 10/27 7:30pm
Sat 10/28 5:00pm
Sun 10/29 1:00pm
Sun l0/29 7:30pm