TAGGED WITH THEATRE
Kris woke up in bed one night screaming, “I don’t want to die.” He was three years old. Through a series of humorous anecdotes, Kris traces his trouble with dreams as he looks for his “thing” in life. He wrestles with the expectations of family, friends, and lazy demons.
"Oblivious" is an interactive show blending Videogames and Theatre to create a playable live environment. Play or watch as audience members become revolutionaries in a cyberpunk dystopian world and take down the evil dictator CaNDOS by solving puzzles to help the story progress.
The Pavilion by Craig Wright,Emmy nominated,WGA award-winning writer of Six Feet Under,Lost and creator/executive producer of dramatic series,Greenleaf,the first original series produced by Oprah Winfrey “A gloriously theatrical treat by Craig Wright,South Florida
From the early hits to later classics (I Want To Hold Your Hand, Hard Day’s Night, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Let It Be, Come Together, Hey Jude and more), this adoring tribute will take you back to a time when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends!
Love is complicated—especially when a man has three girlfriends who aren’t even real. Fantasy and reality come to a head in Real Love written and directed by Mara De La Rosa, a guest production at The Fountain Theatre. Real Love performs for a limited run August 27 and 28.
DREMPELS: The Short But Happy Life of the Drempel Hieronymus Aloisius Plonk, a new monomyth for a modern age, proffers an all-encompassing theatrical journey, rooted in old-world European storytelling and physical theatre juxtaposed with contemporary socio-political satire.
The setting is the Younger household in the Washington Park Subdivision of Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood, and involves the family members' struggle to achieve their individual dreams and potential despite challenges of a system that seems built to thwart them.
What are the odds of living an extraordinary life? This is the story of one boy’s granddad who won a fortune betting on the 1966 World Cup and, when diagnosed with cancer, gambled it all on living to see the year 2000. An intergenerational tale of what we live for and what we leave behind.