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A Tempest Prayer

Friday, April 30, 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 1, 2:00 pm
Saturday, May 1, 7:30 pm
Sunday, May 2, 2:00 pm

This performance will be live streamed. Tickets $10

Three one-act plays by two contemporary Irish playwrights. In the first, a six-year-old girl leaves her bedroom and walks, never stopping… until now; and in the second, a young woman has not been seen since she checked into a hotel room, alone, three days ago, but she is ready to communicate… now; and in the third, an old man lies alone, waiting… for now.  

A Girl’s Bedroom by Enda Walsh
At the age of 6, a girl leaves her bedroom and family home and walks. She never stops. Until now. Enda Walsh’s A Girl’s Bedroom immerses the audience in a strange beauty and the pervasive memory of a young woman’s six-year-old self. 

Featuring Emily Karel
Directed by Rachael Chapin Longo

I Used to Feel by Ailís Ní Ríain
A woman has not been seen since she checked into this hotel room, alone, three days ago. This intimate music-theatre piece set in a hotel room questions the essence of communication and what contributes to its breakdown. In I Used to Feel, Ailís Ní Ríain has created an experience of theatre, classical music, visual language and movement to focus us on the challenges of communication. 

Featuring Heidi Krantz
Clarinet - Stephanie Ratté Jenkins
Directed by Matthew Cahoon

Room 303 by Enda Walsh
A man has stopped travelling from town to town and from room to room – sharing the good word with people who give him tea and biscuits. All that's left is this hotel room, his ageing body and a fat fly. Enda Walsh's Room 303 is a short monologue inspired by the Third Epistle of John

Featuring Peter Josephson
Directed by Rachael Chapin Longo

Lighting Design by Tayva Young. Presented through special arrangement with with Playwrights.

Running Time: 60 minutes.

We are pleased to offer our live-streamed solo series at a very affordable ticket price. If you can support our work with an additional donation, we thank you!

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