Fluorescent lights, a dirty mirror, and a tampon-clogged toilet. A universal haven. Sisterhood in the stalls. A safe place to discuss gossip, tarot readings, shitty boyfriends, and that weird tension you have with your Mom. A reclamation of victimhood that’ll make you say “Good for Her”.
This piece of epic theatre uses direct quotes and fictionalized scenes to explore the rise of fascism in the U.K. and the direct actions taken by citizens to stop it. The Battle of Cable Street tells the forgotten story of a moment of Jewish triumph over fascism in 1930’s London.
Sapphicana by Taylor Yancey, directed by Beasley. A cabaret x exploration x extravaganza on the queer femme experience and identity in the American South.
Small town politics have never been so interesting, unnerving, and universal. Public Comment reports on Norman, OK over twelve months; June 2020 to June 2021. Whether you're from Norman or not, this one is important. Go donate to Black Lives Matter and the Red Dirt Collective in Norman.
Michael Darmon's existential 21st century comedy asks the all important question; what is the point of being alive? Also; am I in a play right now?!
Metatheatre is so over and yet the play still captures the beautiful melancholy that exists in every soul.
Don't believe me? Go watch it.
Tired of listening to straight white men talk about politics? Well boy do I have the show for you...
This play drags the four men from the original 1972 KPFK broadcast in a verbatim theatre piece adapted from Andrea Fraser's monologue and the Radio broadcast of the same name.