Coming this fall...
Written by local playwright sam graber
a look at the dawning of the world wide web and the culture of hate in the internet. was it always there or did we create it?
Sept 29 - Oct 7th at The Southern Theatre
More info to come this summer
Good egg by dorothy fortenberry
Featuring: Erin Roberts and Bryan Grosso
Good Egg by Dorothy Fortenberry
Responsible Meg has always taken care of her bipolar younger brother Matt. But when she decides to get pregnant — and have her embryos screened for bipolar disorder — is she taking the idea of “being responsible” too far? A funny and surprising play about bioethics, siblings, and the limits of unconditional love.
Friday, April 28th - 7:30pm
Good Arts Collective (in the First Covenant Church) - 810 S. 7th St. Minneapolis MN 55415
Limited seating! GET TICKETS HERE
Notes when attending:
Please enter the door on the North side of the building (green awning). The door will be locked but there will be a Swandive member there to let you in.
Follow signs up to the the Third Floor for the performance space (The Red Room).
Please note at this time First Covenant Church does not have ADA to the third floor. We apologize for our inability to accommodate folks who can't do stairs.
We will have complimentary beer, cider and wine at the show. Doors at 7:00p feel free to show up, grab a drink and mingle.
Kid-Simple: a radio play in the flesh
by Jordan Harrison
Directed by Meg DiSciorio & Damon Runnals
Moll, a girl who invents things, wins the science fair with a machine for hearing sounds that can't be heard. But when a shapeshifting Mercenary steals the invention (and her heart), she must embark on a quest to save noise as we know it. Accompanied by the last boy-virgin in the eleventh grade, Moll crosses chasms and rafts rivers into a world where sound is always more than what meets the ear. A quirky fable of innocence and experience, featuring live sound effects, mutinous onomatopoeia, and a host of woodsy temptations.
Kid-Simple runs April 29, 2016-May 21, 2016 at The Southern Theater as part of ARTshare. Click HERE for more information and to purchase tickets or visit the ARTshare page.
Derek Trost as 'The Third Ear'