(pretty shiny cage) // Consu(Me)
(pretty shiny cage) // Consu(Me), by Lindsey Greer Sikes (Purdy Mischief)
(75 minutes)

Purdy Mischief is here for your pleasure. Groom her. Feed her. Consume her. Hybrid performance artist Lindsey Greer Sikes unleashes her latest HumAnimal for a romp onstage through fields of ravished strawberries and socio-political conundrums examining the bondage of our human lives within the cage we call society. Trapped HumAnimals do not fear! Purdy is here, with permission.

Tickets: $15

Tues. 1/22 9:15pm; Thurs. 1/24 7:00pm; Sat. 1/26 2:15pm; Sat. 1/26 10:30pm
Jan 22nd at 9:15pm;Jan 24th at 7:00pm;Jan 26th at 2:15pm and 10:30pm




Booger Red
Booger Red, by Jim Loucks
(60 minutes)

Loucks' solo performance, loosely based on stories from his childhood, focuses on his relationship with his father, a Hellfire and Brimstone Southern Baptist preacher, and his struggle to come out from under the shadow of his larger-than-life persona. It is the story of someone finding their own unique voice, resisting the pressures of society’s ideas of who they should be, and forging their own way. Produced by Deb Loucks. Directed by Lisa Chess.

Tickets: $10

Mon. 1/28 9:15pm; Wed. 1/30 7:00pm; Fri. 2/1 9:15pm; Sat. 2/2 4:00pm

Jan 28th, Feb 1st at 9:15pm;Jan 30th at 7:00pm;Feb 2nd at 4:00pm




Dog Play, Pug to Wolfhound: Patty to Beatrice, Bitch to Bitch
Dog Play, Pug to Wolfhound: Patty to Beatrice, Bitch to Bitch, by Michael Michaelian.
(90 minutes)

Dog Play is a tribute celebrating the human-canine relationship. With Jude Hickey and Justin Scalise as two men, an American in Central Texas and an Englishman in London who develop their friendship are better able to express their feelings and deepen their understanding of each other by exchanging letters to each other in the personalities of their respective dogs. Proceeds will benefit local dog charities.

Tickets: $15

Tues. 1/29 7:00pm; Thurs. 1/31 8:45pm; Sat. 2/2 12:00pm; Sat. 2/2 8:00pm
Jan 29th at 7:00pm;Jan 31st at 8:45pm;Feb 2nd at 12:00pm and 8:00pm




Riveted Rosie
Riveted Rosie, by James E. Burnside (Travelling Troupe)
(90 minutes)

Dr. Ramone and Dr. Truffledina must find the defect in a "female" robot acting erratically. Ola Mae Baartman, Director of Liaisons for Hephaestus Enterprises Inc., is %@#*. Oh, and there is one very confused Dick, the robot owner. What will the tests confirm? What can be done for her . . . it? Will you help solve the mystery of Mutt?
Tickets: $17

Mon. 1/21 8:45pm; Weds. 1/23 7:00pm; Fri. 1/25 8:45pm; Sat. 1/26 6:00pm
Jan 21st, Jan 25th at 8:45pm;Jan 23rd at 7:00pm;Jan 26th at 6:00pm




SETLL
SETLL, by Amanda Chang
(60 minutes)

SETLL (Suspected Extra-Terrestrial Landing Location) is a new play that questions what lies beyond the limits of what we know. The play explores the world of four Extra-Terrestrial Arrival Ambassadors as they camp out and contemplate the nature of heroism, the vastness of the universe, and the complexity of human relationships. But will the extra-terrestrials arrive, or will the Ambassadors be left waiting once again?

Tickets: $15

Mon. 1/21 7:00pm; Weds. 1/23 9:15pm; Fri. 1/25 7:00pm; Sat. 1/26 4:15pm
Jan 21st, Jan 25th at 7:00pm;Jan 23rd at 9:15pm;Jan 26th at 4:15pm




Shield Maiden
Shield Maiden, by Melanie Teichroeb
(60 minutes)

Outrageous. Funny. Unapologetic! This one-woman show takes you to tenth century Sweden for a Norse RED Talk. Think TED Talks with a Viking twist. Ingrid Larsdottir, Shield Maiden, motivational warrior, tells the untold truth of Viking women warriors as she seeks new recruits. But cracks in her emotional armour reveal a struggle with forces beyond her control. Critics call this the breakout show of 2019.
Tickets: $17

Tues. 1/29 9:15pm; Thurs. 1/31 7:00pm; Sat. 2/2 2:15pm; Sat. 2/2 10:15pm
Jan 29th at 9:15pm;Jan 31st at 7:00pm;Feb 2nd at 2:15pm and 10:15pm




Speed Levitch's Birth of the New Ghetto
Speed Levitch's Birth of the New Ghetto, by Speed Levitch (Speed Levitch Productions)
(90 minutes)

As a Zionist leader, Theodor Herzl's a natural. As a playwright, he's a putz. As a husband? Oy. In this hilarious black comedy, Speed Levitch's The Birth of the New Ghetto shows Theodore Herzl, the founding father of Zionism, through a historical drama in the shape of a borscht-belt comedy. Picture The Sorrow and the Pity as written by Neil Simon.

Tickets: $17

Mon. 1/28 7:00pm; Weds. 1/30 8:45pm; Fri. 2/1 7:00pm; Sat. 2/2 5:45pm
Jan 28th, Feb 1st at 7:00pm;Jan 30th at 8:45pm;Feb 2nd at 5:45pm




Straitjacket: Variations on a Theme of Horror
Straitjacket: Variations on a Theme of Horror, a monodrama by Charles P. Stites (Paladin Theatre Company)
(90 minutes)

Tortured by a sadistic warden, prisoner Darrell Standing is locked away in solitary confinement, sealed in a straitjacket for days at a time. In order to escape the horror of his reality, Standing astral projects out of his body to relive his past lives. Straitjacket is a riveting story of madness, escape, and the terror of eternity. Freely adapted from The Star Rover by Jack London.

Tickets: $10

Tues. 1/22 7:00pm; Thurs. 1/24 9:00pm; Sat. 1/26 12:00pm; Sat. 1/26 8:15pm
Jan 22nd at 7:00pm;Jan 24th at 9:00pm;Jan 26th at 12:00pm and 8:15pm