A Midsummer Nightmare Before Christmas on Elm Street
Written and directed by Ben Newton and David Van Wert, A Midsummer Nightmare Before Christmas on Elm Street is a literary and theatrical mash-up of sketches featuring Romeo & Juliet, Moby Dick, A Christmas Carol and a very special Halloween Special.
See “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and bring back your program for a free PBR or Rainier! When – 11/12, 11/13, 11/19, 11/20
Buggin’ Out! The Gregor Samsa True Hollywood Story
One morning, Gregor Samsa awoke to find he had transformed into an enormous cockroach. But after his remarkable metamorphosis, he came to the attention of television mogul Sheldon Lapinsky. And the rest is Hollywood history!
This awesome late night production includes work by: Ann Pielli, Sarah Simmons, Tim Takechi, Marlon Taylor, David van Wert, Brad Walker, Brenan Grant, Ben Newton, David van Wert and Asa Fager.
See “The Metamorphosis: Based on the short story by Franz Kafka” and bring back your program for a free PBR or Rainier! When – 1/21, 1/22. 1/28 and 1/29
Day of the Dingo
A boy was meant to be stolen by Rumplestiltskin, but unfortunately had to grow up in the real world. Now he’ll find out that parents teachers and principles are far scarier than trolls ogres and goblins.
“Day of the Dingo” includes work by: Danielle Daggerty, Sam Duchin, Duygu Erdogan, Chelan Finney, Matthew Gilbert, Brenan Grant, Matt Kay, Nick Mathews, Ben Newton, David van Wert
See “The Skriker” and bring back your program for a free PBR or Rainier! When – 3/18, 3/19, 3/25 and 3/26
FRED NIETZSCHE, P.I.
“God is dead. And I gotta find out who killed him.”
— Fred Nietzsche, P.I.
Join us for our late night show, after our mainstage performance of THE CLOUDS. FOUR PERFORMANCES: April 22, 23, 29 & 30, 2011 11:00pm Only $5! Get a free PBR or Rainier at the bar with a program from THE CLOUDS. Written by Ben Newton & David van Wert
Featuring: Val Brunetto, Sam Duchin, Matthew Gilbert, Dray James, Nick Mathews, Beth Rass-Bergquist, Phoebe Richards, Marlon Taylor, and David van Wert