We’ve Done it Again: A Mixtape will feature nine different works including solo acts, movement pieces, and new plays. Our eclectic mix of styles and moods means there is sure to be something to whet your appetite! You can see all nine works in one night, or come by on multiple nights.
Tickets are $10 general admission, $8 students/seniors.
Group prices are available; please contact us for more information.
To reserve tickets or pay in advance, call 940-220-9302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAVID BECKMAN – ISN’T IT FABULOUS
When a man tries a new restaurant, he learns that perhaps not every customer is always right.
Directed by Paul Vaughn
Woman: Tiffany Bergh
Man: Mark Michaels
Waiter: Paul Vaughn
BRAD MCENTIRE – LIZARD BOY EATS A DORITO
It is exactly what it sounds like.
Directed and performed by Robert Linder
JEFF HERNANDEZ – JON GOES TO MARS
The Mars One project wants to put men and women on Mars. It’s a one way trip with the intention of colonizing the planet, which might be just far enough for Jon to meet someone new.
Directed by Tashina Richardson
Jon: Paul Vaughn
CODY LUCAS – A GAME
Sometimes the fun is in the playing of the game. But how do you play when the rules are made up and there’s no clear way of winning?
Directed by Mandy Rausch
Woman: Marti Etheridge
Man: M. Lance Lusk
A mini-devised theatre piece which delves into the level of connection each person can handle.
Created and performed by Kaitlin Grassman, Robert Linder, Lauren Moore, Tashina Richardson, and Paul Vaughn
A movement-based power play about a writer/character relationship, exploring how what you create can take on a life of its own.
Created and directed by Kelsey Johnson
Character: Mary-Hannah McWilliams
BEN SCHROTH – TYLER’S MOM
Tyler’s mom is up early and on the attack. It’s best not to argue or she’ll go on all morning – unless she has laundry to do.
Directed by Scott Milligan
Woman: Betty Milligan
TRYING TO TELL YOU
A woman wonders: is it possible to communicate without speaking?
Created and performed by Tashina Richardson
MATT PARENT – WHITE RUSSIAN
As friends celebrate a birthday, they realize nothing is as it seems and everyone may not make it out alive.
Directed by Collin Miller
Neil: Adam Sikes
Frank: Magdiel Carmona
Bartender: Jeny Caisman
Roxanne: Taylor Staniforth