For individual night reservations, please use the calendar at the bottom of the page.
By Daniel Talbott
October 12-November 17, 2018
Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard
Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco. After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life. A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death. Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.
*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.
Tragedy: a Tragedy
By Will Eno
February 8-March 16
Directed by Sarah Armitage
This just in: the sun has set. Will it ever rise again? We’re not sure but that won’t stop us from talking about it. A crack team of journalists is on the scene to bring you the story, even if there isn’t one. Will Eno’s hilarious, one of a kind play skewers the never ending modern news cycle while capturing the underlying human need to apply order to an increasingly absurd world.
By Cindy Lou Johnson
May 17-June 8
Directed by Jaime Rea