A few weeks ago, we announced something we’re really, really excited about: the local playwrights and actors of Pinky Swear Productions taking over our lot this autumn for the first-ever Tiny House Plays: real theater taking place inside real tiny houses. Well, it’s a few weeks later, and tickets are NOW ON SALE, so go get ’em here.
Pinky Swear Productions Presents: TINY HOUSE PLAYS
13 actors. 6 playwrights. 5 plays. 3 very small houses.
Set in and inspired by Boneyard Studios, a charming tiny house community in Washington, DC, these funny, poignant, sometimes provocative stories touch on the important questions: Is there an afterlife? Is gentrification bad? What do you do when the Grim Reaper comes to dinner and just won’t leave?
TINY HOUSE PLAYS invites the audience to travel from house to house, story to story, peeking in on neighbors as they live, love, break up, move on — and sometimes find themselves right back where they started.
Because of the unique nature of this production:
*NO WALK-UPS. All tickets must be purchased in advance.
*Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before the performance time.
*The location is outdoors and not wheelchair accessible. If you have mobility, allergy, or other concerns, please contact Pinky Swear before purchasing your ticket.
*Seating is not guaranteed. Some plays are standing room only.
*Parties may be split up.
TINY HOUSE PLAYS
Concept and direction by Jessica Aimone*
With plays by Thembi Duncan, Ann Fraistat, Shawn Fraistat, Danielle Mohlman, Donna Rachelle, and Laura Zam
Featuring Nathan Alston, Clarissa Barton, Christian Campbell, Alexis Graves, Dexter Hamlett, Allyson Harkey,* Melissa Hmelnicky,* Georgia Mae Lively, Kevin O’Reilly, Lilian Oben, Stephanie Svec, Gray West, and Kimberlee Wolfson
* Pinky Swear Productions company member
September 27 – October 12
Saturdays and Sundays only
Showings at 1pm, 3pm, 6pm, and 8pm
Tickets are $20 a piece, and all proceeds go to the production company, six playwrights, and thirteen actors who have been working tirelessly (like, for at least the past six months) to bring this production to fruition. Please note that Boneyard Studios isn’t getting anything from this partnership beyond the privilege of being able to support local art, and the honor of having our tiny houses turned into tiny stages for the next month.
Hope to see you there! Once more, here’s that link.