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Yen by Anna Jordan
Directed by Tommy Ranieri
“I’m Bobbie. As in Bobbie Dazzler, my Nan says, although I don’t know who that is. And this is my brother Hench. He’s got a face for radio.”
Hench is 16, Bobbie is 13. They’re home alone in Feltham with their dog Taliban; playing PlayStation, streaming porn, watching the world go by. Sometimes their mum Maggie visits, usually with empty pockets and empty promises.
Then Jenny shows up.
YEN explores a childhood lived without boundaries and the consequences of being forced to grow up on your own.
September 7th-September 16th (Fri and Sat @ 8pm / Sun @ 3pm)
Misery by William Goldman, based on the novel by Stephen King
Directed by Jordan Hue
Misery follows successful romance novelist Paul Sheldon, who is rescued from a car crash by his “Number One Fan,” Annie Wilkes, and wakes up captive in her secluded home. While Paul is convalescing, Annie reads the manuscript to his newest novel and becomes enraged when she discovers the author has killed off her favorite character, Misery Chastain. Annie forces Paul to write a new “Misery” novel, and he quickly realizes Annie has no intention of letting him go anywhere. The irate Annie has Paul writing as if his life depends on it, and it does.
October 19th-October 28th (Fri and Sat @ 8pm / Sun @ 3pm)
Constellations by Nick Payne
Directed by Evan Donnellan
One relationship. Infinite possibilities.
In the beginning Marianne and Roland meet at a party. They go for a drink, or perhaps they don’t. They fall madly in love and start dating, but eventually they break up. After a chance encounter in a supermarket they get back together, or maybe they run into each other and Marianne reveals that she’s now engaged to someone else and that’s that. Or perhaps Roland is engaged. Maybe they get married, or maybe their time together will be tragically short.
Nick Payne’s Constellations is a play about free will and friendship; it’s also about quantum multiverse theory, love, and honey.
November 9th-18th (Fri and Sat @ 8pm / Sun @ 3pm)