Shows

October 6-8, 2016

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

square product theatre & Hoarded Stuff present This Aunt is Not a Cockroach, created and performed by Emily K. Harrison & Laura Ann Samuelson

Last Season’s hit is BACK, for ONE WEEKEND ONLY!
Twelve legs and a cactus living next door to each other in a crevice of the coastline (or perhaps: the Grand Canyon) eat, sleep, and work at regular intervals (or at least: they try). Two neighbors who barely know each other shift their gaze back and forth from the opening of a cozy desert cave to the unknown wilds of the unpredictable seas (or perhaps: it’s just a sheer drop into the nothingness). They are trying to be decisive. They are trying to figure it out. They ask each other: what does any of it mean?

8 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, October 6-8, 2016

Buntport Theater
717 Lipan St., Denver, Colo

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September 23-October 2, 2016

44plays

square product theatre, in collaboration with the Theatre & Dance Department at the University of Colorado Boulder, presents 44 Plays for 44 Presidents
by Andy Bayiates, Sean Benjamin, Genevra Gallo-Bayiates, Chloe Johnston, and Karen Weinberg
directed by Emily K. Harrison

Our 2012 hit is BACK, this time with an all-student cast!

The Neo-Futurists’ 44 Plays for 44 Presidents tells the story of the United States through a series of two-minute scenes dedicated to each American President. Time travel through the dramatic ups and downs of US history, from its idealistic beginnings under the leadership of George Washington, to the grim onset of the Civil War, to the polarized politics of the 21st Century. This entertaining yet thought-provoking production explores the human fallibility of each of our 44 leaders and investigates the populace’s role in shaping history.

The University Theatre @ the University of Colorado, Boulder

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July 26, 2016

Water Slapped Her Mouth

square product theatre is partnering with The New Colony for a staged reading of SLAB, adapted by Gleason Bauer and Emily K. Harrison from the novel by Selah Saterstrom

directed by Gleason Bauer, featuring performances by: Brianna Buckley, Emily K. Harrison, Shariba Rivers, Micheal Angelo Smith, Susan Thomas, & Collins Yearwood

8 p.m., Tuesday, July 26th @ The Den Theatre, Studio 3A

1333 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, Ill.

FREE!

SLAB follows the story of Tiger, a plucky ex-stripper whose impoverished American existence is turned upside down after a hurricane destroys her town. As Tiger waits for salvation on the slab that is all that remains of her home, she begins to tell her story, her memories flashing to life before our eyes. Born of the debris of Hurricane Katrina, SLAB explores the essential human need to create narrative as a means of survival and transition, honoring what we can take with us when there is nothing left to take: our story.

Talkback to immediately follow.

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April 28-May 7, 2016

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square product theatre  &  Hoarded Stuff present the World Premiere of This Aunt is Not a Cockroach, created and performed by Emily K. Harrison & Laura Ann Samuelson

Twelve legs and a cactus living next door to each other in a crevice of the coastline (or perhaps: the Grand Canyon) eat, sleep, and work at regular intervals (or at least: they try). Two neighbors who barely know each other shift their gaze back and forth from the opening of a cozy desert cave to the unknown wilds of the unpredictable seas (or perhaps: it’s just a sheer drop into the nothingness). They are trying to be decisive. They are trying to figure it out. They ask each other: what does any of it mean?

The Wesley Chapel
1290 Folsom St., Boulder, Colo.

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March 11, 2016

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Local Theater Company‘s 2016 Local LAB Festival of New Plays presents Amelia Roper‘s Lottie in the Late Afternoon, directed by Megan Matthews, at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 11th at eTown Hall in Boulder.

 Lottie is trying to be a good person. Lottie is trying to be a good friend. She’s cooking good food, buying nice gifts, saying all the right things and reading all the important books. Because it’s a vacation! And everyone loves vacations! And everyone loves Lottie! She’s so fun! All the time! Well, she can be! If she tries! Surely! Amelia Roper’s hilarious play Lottie in the Late Afternoon is about being broke, sad, hurting, lonely and accidentally choosing a vacation house on the edge of a terrifying cliff.

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January 16, 2016

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Jim and Laurel Parker are about to become new parents. They are broke. They are loud. They are “proud white trash.” When Lauren finally gives birth to their overdue child, the couple is faced with the biggest challenge of their lives: their baby boy is black, the result of Laurel’s affair the previous year. The lives of their families and friends are thrown into turmoil in Byhalia, Mississippi, a town with a racially-charged past that still very much affects its present.

Don’t miss this ONE NIGHT ONLY staged reading of the latest play by Evan Linder, which will receive world premiere openings the weekend of January 8, 2016 in Chicago, IL (The New Colony & Definition Theater Company), Memphis, TN (Playhouse on the Square), Charleston, SC (Village Rep Co.), and Toronto, ON (Cue6 Productions). The following week, the drama will receive staged readings in Birmingham, AL (Theatre Downtown), Boulder, CO (square product theatre), and Los Angeles, CA, (Sixth Avenue). Audiences in all seven cities will come together for an online talkback on Monday, January 18th (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) to discuss the play’s impact on their local audiences.

More info: http://wpconvo.com/

Feature in American Theater Magazine: http://www.americantheatre.org/2015/08/10/the-new-colony-announces-season-of-world-premieres/

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December 7 & 14, 2015

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The last BALLS! ever. Don’t miss it.

7 p.m. @ Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret in Denver

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October 24-November 14, 2015

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How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel, WINNER of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama

presented by square product theatre in collaboration with Goddess Here Productions

 Told from the perspective of a survivor of sexual abuse, How I Learned to Drive jumps back and forth in time, weaving a rich and complex tale that highlights the ways in which childhood trauma can affect adult experience. Equal parts harrowing and hilarious, the play explores cycles of abuse, the ways in which American culture defines femininity, sexuality, and adolescence, and the power of forgiveness. This complex, poignant, and surprisingly funny play offers no simple solutions: only flawed individuals striving to find meaning in their lives. Part coming of age, part social critique, part driving lesson, and part love story, How I Learned to Drive ultimately makes us question what it means to grow up in the vibrant and crumbling landscape that is America.

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August 13-29, 2015

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square product theatre kicks off its 10th Season with the World Premiere of Kelsie Huff’s Ranch Dressing & Other Coping Mechanisms, presented in the Carsen Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder, August 13-22, 2015 and at Buntport Theater in Denver, August 27-29.

While hiding in a crusty bathroom stall, Huff reflects upon her hilarious and troubled history with booze. Ranch Dressing & Other Coping Mechanisms follows Huff’s childhood struggles – from imaginary sharks in the bathrooms of her youth, to a violent encounter with Santa Claus – and builds to adult anxieties, including colorful, tiny underwear and road trip games gone horribly awry.

Bouncing back and forth between the past and the present, Huff’s trademark storytelling style leads the audience through a maze of loud mouth characters, insane family antics, and raw revelations. Using her unique comic voice, Huff presents an America in which vice is a part of life, violence is nonchalant, and the biggest challenge is learning to accept who you are.

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March 5-21, 2015

By the pricking of my thumbs, Something…awkward…this way comes.

HAM MCBETHan ensemble created comedy adapted from Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Sort of.

Set in a colorful trailer park, Ham McBeth juxtaposes Shakespeare’s legendary tragedy with trailer park politics in a hilarious exploration of ambition, mother-daughter relationships, the inherent absurdity of the human condition.

Ham McBeth follows single mother and Stevie Nicks devotee Ham Jones, and her rebellious daughter, Aquanetta, who is studying Shakespeare’s Macbeth in preparation for the SATs. Aquanetta, whose goth-teen moodiness awkwardly masks a sensitivity beyond her years, harbors a not-so-secret obsession with Game of Thrones, and a hidden desire to become a classical actress. As preparations for the exam intensify, Ham has bloody visions of usurping Christa, the bossy trailer park association president (or at the very least, to epically TP her yard after a couple of Bartles & Jaymes wine coolers). Will Ham realize her dream of becoming the benevolent dictator of her trailer park, and to what lengths will she go to achieve this vision? Will Aquanetta manage to escape the trailer park of her youth via the classics, or will she fulfill her mother’s worst fears: a starring role on MTV’s Teen Mom? Is this a dagger which I see before me? Don’t miss out on what promises to be a comedy of regular if not epic proportions!

Get Tickets in advance and SAVE!
$20 general admission  |  $15 students  |  $17 seniors
2-for-1 general admission Preview & Thursdays!
all seats $25 at the door.

Tickets HERE.

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December 8 & 15, 2014

ballspostcard2014frontDon’t miss BALLS! A Holiday Spectaculara fundraiser for the Denver Actor’s Fund!

There will be singing. There will be puppets. There will be: a fog machine.

7 p.m. @ Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret, 16th and Arapahoe, Denver

Tickets: $18 in advance, $22 at the door

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November 7-9, 2014

I’m participating in the Failure Festival, curated by Hoarded Stuff Performance. I am making a new piece with Joanna Rotkin of Joanna & the Agitators. We perform November 8. It really could be a complete disaster.

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FAILURE FESTIVAL is an invitation. An invitation for you to help us engage failure in a public setting. We need you because we don’t know how to do it on our own. We don’t know whether to barrel towards it, argue with it, or sit on its lap. We don’t know if we should give it keys to our apartment, or ask it to apologize. Sometimes we cower in the corner. Sometimes we lie down and try to convince it that we are asleep… or dead.

We want to know what failure reveals about our world that success masks. We do not expect easy answers. We may find none at all. This is a celebration and acknowledgement of the fact that when things inevitably don’t go as we plan, somehow, we must adapt. Please help.

Full schedule here: failurefailurefailure.com

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July 31-August 16, 2014

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adapted by Gleason Bauer & Emily K. Harrison from the novel by Selah Saterstrom

direction and production design by Gleason Bauer

featuring: Mark Collins, Lauren Dennis, Emily K. Harrison, Paige Lynn Larson, Hadley Mays, & Cage Sebastian Pierre

video design by Christina Battle; sound design by Janet Feder & Paul Fowler; lighting design by Jess Buttery

SLAB follows the story of Tiger, a plucky ex-stripper whose impoverished American existence is turned upside down after a hurricane destroys her town. As Tiger waits for salvation on the slab that is all that remains of her home, she begins to tell her story, her memories flashing to life before our eyes. Born of the debris of Hurricane Katrina, SLAB explores the essential human need to create narrative as a means of survival and transition, honoring what we can take with us when there is nothing else to take: our story.

Get Tickets in advance and SAVE!
$20 general admission  |  $15 students  |  $17 seniors
2-for-1 general admission Preview & Thursdays!
all seats $25 at the door (cash or check only).

Tickets HERE.
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MAY 30-JUNE 21, 2014

square product theatre in collaboration with Buntport Theater presents Peggy Jo & the Desolate Nothing, a true story about a cross-dressing bank robber, as told by unreliable sources.

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Peggy Jo Tallas started robbing banks in the 1990s, ostensibly to help pay for her mother’s medical expenses. But she must have just liked robbing banks. Dressed in a fake beard and cowboy hat, she managed to elude law enforcement for years, as they were looking for a man they dubbed Cowboy Bob. Peggy Jo & the Desolate Nothing recreates some of Peggy’s adventures, leading up to a stand-off in Tyler, Texas. 

collaboratively written, designed, and directed by members of Buntport Theater & square product theatre
featuring performances by Brian Colonna, Hannah Duggan, Erik Edborg, Emily K. Harrison, & Erin Rollman
Buntport Theater
717 Lipan St., Denver

Tickets HERE.

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MARCH 29, 2014

ONE NIGHT ONLY!

square product theatre presents Fringe-y Double Feature with TinHOUSE Experimental Dance Theatre, Hoarded Stuff Performance, & Kelsie Huff as part of the first ever Boulder Arts Week!

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7:30 p.m.: an all new version of TinHOUSE & Hoarded Stuff’s The Great Green

8:30 p.m.: sq product’s Live Lit: An Evening of Storytelling with Kelsie Huff

see each show for $10, or catch them both for the low, low price of $15

Tickets HERE.

sponsored in part by the Boulder International Fringe Festival

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MARCH 6-22, 2014

square product theatre presents the triumphant return of Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood’s 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche.

5 Lesbians 2014

Get ready, Denver: the Lesbians are coming.

It’s 1956 and the members of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are hosting their annual quiche breakfast. Will they be able to keep their cool when Communists descend on their idyllic, all-American town? Prepare to “Duck and Cover” with Vern, Lulie, Wren, Ginny, and Dale in a rollicking exploration of forbidden love, egg worship, and radioactive fallout. (Don’t forget to bring a fork)!

directed by Joe Gill
with Emily K. Harrison, Laurie Lynch, Michelle Moore, Lindsey Pierce, & Jessica Robblee
The Divine Theater @ The First Divine Science Church of Denver
1400 Williams St., Denver

Tickets HERE.

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JANUARY 2-18, 2014

square product theatre and Goddess Here Productions present the Regional Premiere of Gidion’s Knot, by Johnna Adams.

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Gidion’s Knot takes place in a 5th grade classroom during a parent/teacher conference. A grieving mother and an overwhelmed teacher have a fraught conversation about the suicide of the mother’s son, the teacher’s student, Gidion. Was he a bully? Was he a victim? Was he a protector? Or was his young and vivid imagination simply too powerful a tool for the adults around him? As his story is uncovered, the women try to construct an explanation for his behavior and come to terms with who, or what, is truly to blame. Gidion’s Knot is a heart-wrenching, devastatingly beautiful work about the power of words and freedom of expression.

directed by Wendy Franz
with Emily K. Harrison & Tammy L. Meneghini
The Carsen Theater @ The Dairy Center for the Arts

Tickets HERE.

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DECEMBER 15, 2013

I’m moonlighting as a Featured Storyteller for TRUTH BE TOLD: Boulder’s Bi-Monthly Story Slam.

7 p.m. @ Shine
2027 13th St.
$10 cover

We give you the theme.
You bring a story

Five minutes tops.
Must be true.
Told by heart.

If you have a story to tell, put your name in the hat. If your name gets picked, come to the stage and tell a story based on the theme.

THIS MONTH’S THEME: NAUGHTY or NICE

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OCTOBER 25 & NOVEMBER 1, 2013

I am playing Vanna White in Off-Center at the Jones’ Wheel of Misfortune. I will look just like this:

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I was cast because I am an expert winker. Don’t believe me? Come see for yourself, asshole.

Join us for a live taping of the new hit show WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE, the scariest game show ever! Come to watch or come to compete!

October 25 & November 1
Doors 8pm, Live Taping 8:30pm
Tickets $15, many chances to win
www.denverOFFcenter.org/wheelofmisfortune

Just like on LET’S MAKE A DEAL –
Halloween Costumes are a must!
See link for example – http://xfinity.comcast.net/blogs/tv/files/2009/08/wayne-brady-lets-make-deal.jpg

Contestants will be selected from the audience and have a chance to win $333. Compete in everyday tasks made frighteningly difficult. The final two will go head to head in a virtual Lighting Round designed by Brian Freeland.

Hosted by Bruce Montgomery & Emily K. Harrison with live music & all additional roles played by Mark Sonnenblick, directed by Charlie Miller & Emily Tarquin
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SEPTEMBER 19-28, 2013

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Girl Scouts, roller skating, church camp, AMERICA.

5:30 PM*, Thursday, 9/19
7:00 PM, Saturday, 9/21
2:30 PM, Sunday, 9/22
8:30 PM, Tuesday, 9/24
5:30 PM, Wednesday, 9/25
2:30 PM, Saturday, 9/28

The East Theater @ The Dairy Center for the Arts
2590 Walnut St., BOULDER

presented as part of the 2013 Boulder Fringe

$12 general admission, $10 students/seniors
*2-for-1 OPENING!

Tickets HERE.

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AUGUST 30 – SEPTEMBER 14, 2013

I am performing in Some Kind of Fun, Screw Tooth‘s inaugural show.

A 360 degree experience of a mind against itself:
creating, becoming, destroying, rebuilding, composing, consuming, childishly tormenting, reeling, reveling, dreaming, and seeing.

Concept, Direction & Design by Adam Stone
Co-Created by Adam Stone & Laura Ann Samuelson w/the cast
Writing by Adam Stone and Erin Rollman
Choreography by Laura Ann Samuelson

Performed by:
Adde Bigelow, Ali Janes-Paulsen, Charlie Dando, Chris Kendall, Claire Patton, Drew Horwitz, Edith Weiss, Emily K. Harrison, Joanna Rotkin, Jonathan Edward Brown, Joseph Wolff Phillips, Kaelee Hart, Laura Ann Samuelson, Mary Grace Legg, Nathan Blackwell, Rachel Graham, Skye Hughes

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AUGUST 2-3, 2013

I will be performing in a staged reading of  a new play written by a young playwright (who just happens to have been one of my students at CU!) as part of Curious Theatre’s Curious New Voices Festival. The play I’m in is slated for August 3, but you should check out what happens the 2nd as well!

7 p.m. @ Curious Theatre in Denver
Suggested $10 donation

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JUNE 14-16, 2013

square product theatre presents Act I of Macbeth as part of Five 5ths of Macbeth: a fundraiser for the Boulder International Fringe Festival

Five 5ths5 Companies, 5 Acts, One Weekend Only!
Featuring:
square product theatre (Act I)
Band of Toughs: a theatre collaboratory (Act II)
– Society for Creative Aging (Act III)
Paul Fowler Music (Act IV)
TinHOUSE Dance Theatre (Act V)

7:30 p.m., June 14th & 15th; 4 p.m., June 16th

Dairy Center for the Arts
2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Tickets: http://www.BoulderFringe.com or call 303-444-7328

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“It’s just like Game of Thrones!” – Aquanetta Princess Diana Smith

“Oh my stars! This show is violent!” – Ham Jones

“What’s all that racket? I’m tryin’ to watch my Springer!” – Mixed Nuts Christa ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

JUNE 1, 2013

I am emceeing this one hit wonders drag show. In tails and sequined hot pants.

Total Eclipse

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APRIL 11 – MAY 4, 2013

I am playing the role of Natalie in square product theatre‘s production of the Regional Premiere of my friend Brenda Withers’ new play The Ding Dongs (or What is the Penalty in Portugal?). It’s out there. Like waaaaaay out there. You’re gonna love it.

Ding Dongs When a sweet-faced couple shows up on a suburban doorstep, an unsuspecting homeowner finds himself the victim of a surreal home invasion. Using wit and wordplay to mask a more sinister threat, the couple wages a battle over indigenous rights from the living room, and we are asked to examine the brutality that fuels our system of private property.

directed by Rand Harmon
featuring: Emily K. Harrison, Jason Maxwell, and Jack Wefso

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FEBRUARY 14, 2013

square product theatre is co-hosting a FREE, family friendly dance party @ Shine from 4-5:30 as part of One Billion Rising, a movement aimed at ending violence against women.

Read about our event in The Daily Camera!

On V-Day’s 15th Anniversary, 14 February 2013, we are inviting ONE BILLION women and those who love them to WALK OUT, DANCE, RISE UP, and DEMAND an end to this violence. ONE BILLION RISING will move the earth, activating women and men across every country. V-Day wants the world to see our collective strength, our numbers, our solidarity across borders.

What does ONE BILLION look like? On 14 February 2013, it will look like a REVOLUTION.

ONE BILLION RISING IS:

A global strike
An invitation to dance
A call to men and women to refuse to participate in the status quo until rape and rape culture ends
An act of solidarity, demonstrating to women the commonality of their struggles and their power in numbers
A refusal to accept violence against women and girls as a given
A new time and a new way of being

our lovely, Boulder-based co-hosts include: The Band of Toughs, The Catamounts, Hoarded Stuff Performance, Local Theater Company, TinHOUSE Experimental Dance Theatre, & WreckingBall Theater Lab

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FEBRUARY 9, 2013

I will be a guest star in the finally final episode of tRUNks @ Buntport Theatre

tRUNks is a live comic book for all ages, and it’s always a good time. The last time I was on the show, I played Abigail Washinghower, the future first female President of the United States! She wore lemon yellow, pleated pants.

1 p.m. & 3 p.m. @ Buntport

Tickets are $5-7 dollars (depending on what you roll at the door), with a discount if you come dressed in your superhero togs!

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JANUARY 27, 2013

I will be performing in staged readings of two new plays written by students from Colorado Academy as part of Curious Theatre’s Curious New Voices young playwrights program.

7 p.m. @ Curious Theatre in Denver
Suggested $10 donation

From the Curious New Voices playwrights come fresh, new 10-minute plays that exist IN AN ALTERNATE UNIVERSE. Writing with reinvention in mind, these short plays create realities that are stirring, strong and open to wild interpretation.

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JANUARY 15, 2013

I will be serving as a Guest Debater for Buntport’s popular monthly offering The Great Debate. It’s PGA vs. PDA, and anyone who knows me knows this: even though I think golf is stupid, I think PDA is disgusting to a much greater degree. This means: I’m fighting for golf, y’all. Come on down, hear what we have to say, and cast your vote!

More info:

The Great Debate pits teams of non-experts head-to-head, toe-to-toe, and often dumb-and-dumber in lively debates of the inconsequential. Mundane topics are brought to life by ordinary, but opinionated folks. You’re bound to be a flip-flopper after listening to compelling arguments on things that never mattered!

Box office opens at 7:30, the feud starts at 8.
$5-$7, depending on your luck.

@ Buntport Theater in Denver.

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DECEMBER 6, 2012

I’m performing in a staged reading of  8, a play about the overturn of Proposition 8 by the California Courts. Ticket sales and donations will benefit the American Foundation for Equal Rights, the organizational sponsor of the federal lawsuit for marriage equality.

7 p.m. @ The Nomad Theatre in North Boulder.

More info HERE.

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OCTOBER 18 – NOVEMBER 3, 2012

I’m producing and directing a piece called 44 Plays for 44 Presidents. It’s literally a 2-minute play for every president in the history of the United States, presented chronologically. It’s going to be awesome.

44 Plays for 44 Presidents
by Andy Bayiates, Sean Benjamin, Genevra Gallo-Bayiates, Chloe Johnston, & Karen Weinberg

featuring: Mark Collins, Ali Janes-Paulsen, Chanel Karimkhani, Michelle Moore, & Bradley Spann

7:30 p.m., October 18*-20, October 25* & 26, November 1-3

The East Theatre @ The Dairy Center for the Arts
2590 Walnut St., Boulder, CO

tix available HERE. * = 2-for-1

RSVP on Facebook HERE.

fun articles about the show HEREHEREHERE.

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AUGUST 2012:

I’m producing a show in the Boulder Fringe called This Show Might Be Terrible. It’s stand-up style comedy by Kelsie Huff, who is dang funny. We open next Saturday, August 18th.

4 p.m., August 18*
5 p.m., August 19
9:30 p.m., August 20*
9:30 p.m., August 22
7:30 p.m., August 24
5:30 p.m., August 25

The East Theatre @ The Dairy Center for the Arts
2590 Walnut St., Boulder, CO

$12 general admission, $10 students/seniors
*2-for-1!

tix available HERE

fun articles about the show HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, & HERE.

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