The Muses – Original Works Project at Clarice Smith, Dec 8

The Muses – Original Works Project at Clarice Smith, Dec 8

The Muses – Original Works Project (Fall)
Sun, Dec 8, 2019 . 3:00PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Cafritz Foundation Theatre.

The Muses proudly present their Original Works Projects, a memorable night of short plays created and produced by students.

Free, no tickets required

The Powers That Be a Rock Opera at Venus Theatre, Nov 21-Dec 15

The Powers That Be a Rock Opera at Venus Theatre, Nov 21-Dec 15

Collaborative Iterations:
The Powers That Be a Rock Opera
by Deborah Randall and Alan Scott
Nov 21 – Dec 15, 2019

Location: Venus Theatre.

Venus will close the year with a rock opera. This will be a collaboration with Alan Scott. Check out his videos. https://www.reverbnation.com/alanscottband

Goddesses take over the altar and slay patriarchal monsters with songs of truth. Femininity will rule this day! The Church of SHE is called to takeover the Light of the World church in Mexico. This brand new work evokes contemporary issues of human atrocities as well as absurdities set to pop-culture mockery, poetry, and rock. Six women take the stage with their instruments and voices and only one purpose, to change the world.

Welcome to Sis’s at Joe’s Movement Emporium, May 3-5

Welcome to Sis’s at Joe’s Movement Emporium, May 3-5

Ally Theatre Company presents:
Welcome to Sis’s

Friday, May 3rd, 2019, at 8 pm
Saturday, May 4th, 2019, at 2 pm and 8 pm
Sunday, May 5th, 2019, at 4 pm

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium

A Performance by Ally Theatre Company of an original play written by Doug Robinson. Welcome to Sis’s, reimagines the story of Sis’s Tavern in North Brentwood. The play takes place during the 1920-30s and explores the meaning of community, the commonplace, and how it was shaped through racial segregation. Blending the genres of original comedy and drama, and based on historical inspiration, this play presents a unique view of racial inequality, oppression, and segregation right in our own backyard.

Tickets: $20 and $17 students/seniors. Click here.

The Honey Trap at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Apr 26-May 12

The Honey Trap at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Apr 26-May 12

The Honey Trap
written and directed by Michael Stepawony
World Premiere

April 26 – May 12, 2019

Location: Greenbelt Arts Center

A small 4th of July, 1957, “watch the atom bomb” party is gathering in a Las Vegas hotel room. Against the background of the “Rat Pack” and their music, The Honey Trap is a door slamming comedy. Just as the party begins, an F.B.I. agent arrives, chaos ensues, and the lives of everyone are forever altered.

Ticket prices: $22 General Admission, $20 Students/Seniors/Military, $12 Youth (12 and under with adult). Buy tickets here.

Fearless New Play Festival at Clarice Smith, Mar 7-9

Fearless New Play Festival at Clarice Smith, Mar 7-9

Fearless New Play Festival
March 7 – 9, 2019

Thu, Mar 7, 2019 . 7:00PM
Fri, Mar 8, 2019 . 7:00PM
Sat, Mar 9, 2019 . 7:00PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Dance Theatre.

TDPS’s Fearless New Play Festival is a three-day celebration of new scripts in development. The festival will kick off with a panel speech from a keynote playwright of national renown. After a week of workshops, participants will present: (1) a staged reading of the keynote playwright’s newest play, (2) staged readings of new ten-minute plays by current students, and (3) a showcase of new short plays by alumni, followed by a closing night celebration.

The selected current student plays are:
Bread & Roses by Yiwen Feng
Dakota by Olivia Litteral
Delilah Revisited by Jared Strange
Standardized by Jasmine Mitchell
Twenty Down by Jamie Bokman
Pleonasm by Jordan Resnick
I Don’t by Jordan Ealey
Szia Ruth by Amber Smithers

The selected alumni plays are:
CrossFit WonderWoman by Sam Mauceri (BA Theatre ’15)
Ceasefire by Avery Collins (BA Theatre ’16)
What to do When You’re Suicidal but You Can’t Fight Fascists When You’re Dead by Natalie Ann Valentine (BA Theatre ’13)
Field Glass by Martin Thompson (BA Theatre ’15)
It’s a Queer Thing by Radcliffe Adler (BA Theatre ’18)
The White Talk by Whitney Geohagan (BA Theatre ’18)
Terrible Lizard by Megan Meinero (BA Theatre ’12)
Sweet Dreams by Nikki Lust (BA Theatre ’17)

Tickets: General admission $10, Students Free. Click here.