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View our 2021 virtual season. 

Hamletmachine: A Podcast Production

Hamletmachine by Heiner Müller
PERFORMANCE: January 2021
PODCAST PRODUCTION
Synopsis: The play is constituted of scenes. The whole text is roughly nine pages long. The script itself is extremely dense and open to interpretation; recurring themes include feminism and the ecology movement..

Donations accepted here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. This will be streaming wherever you listen to your podcasts.

The Breast Monologues

The Breast Monologues by Robin Rice
PERFORMANCE: February 12, 13 at 8PM & February 14 at 2PM
ONLINE PRODUCTION

Synopsis: Women of different ages and ethnicities tell defiant, joyous, sad, sweet and universal stories about their breasts.

Tickets are pay as you will and can be acquired here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. You will need to get a ticket to receive the details to access the production.

Adam & Brian

Adam & Brian by Craig Donnelly
PERFORMANCE: July 9, 10, 16, 17 at 8PM & July 11, 18 at 2PM
ONLINE PRODUCTION

Synopsis: Often what defines us is not the tragedy itself, but how we grieve and move forward in the aftermath. Adam and Brian are a gay couple living in New York City. One night on their way home, they are brutally attacked by three strangers and sent to the hospital. The play travels back and forth between how the relationship thrived before the attack and how it tore at both men's inner stability afterwards. What unfolds throughout, is not only how they recover physically, but how the damage has affected them emotionally. The two men ultimately realize that this one event has changed who they are as individuals, and what that means for their relationship.
Tickets are pay as you will and can be acquired here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. You will need to get a ticket to receive the details to access the production.

Stripped

Stripped by Michelle Guerrero
PERFORMANCE: September 17, 18, 24, 25 at 8PM & September 19, 26 at 2PM
ONLINE PRODUCTION

Synopsis: No one actually knows what thoughts women have. It is a rare occasion that a mom will tell you how she actually feels about her child or being pregnant and even more rare for a woman to talk about knowing about her spouse's infidelity. Stripped explores the minds of all sorts of women, barely cracking the tip of the iceberg of what goes on in the mind of females.
Tickets are pay as you will and can be acquired here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. You will need to get a ticket to receive the details to access the production.

The Year Without A Santa Claus

The Year Without A Santa Claus by Austin Shay
PERFORMANCE: November 26, 27, 29, 30, December 1, 2, 3,4 at 8PM & November 28, December 5 at 2PM
ONLINE PRODUCTION

Synopsis: Jason is away from home for the first time after college. He is struggling to adjust to the world and through a series of video calls with his family and therapist he makes a difficult decision.
Tickets are pay as you will and can be acquired here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. You will need to get a ticket to receive the details to access the production.

Needles

Needles by Megan Tripaldi
PERFORMANCE: December 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 at 8PM & December 19 at 2PM
ONLINE PRODUCTION

Synopsis: A frustrated knitter laments the decision to summon the forces of darkness in order to finish all the presents she has to knit for the holiday season.
Tickets are pay as you will and can be acquired here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. You will need to get a ticket to receive the details to access the production.

Don't Feel:The Death of Dahmer

Don't Feel: The Death of Dahmer by Evan Johnson
PERFORMANCE: May 21, 22, 28, 29 at 8PM & June 23, 30 at 2PM
ONLINE PRODUCTION

Synopsis: DON'T FEEL: The Death Of Dahmer takes place within Jeffrey Dahmer's final moments of brain activity, a unique setting that confronts the viewer with a multitude of questions: What happened to the soul of "born-again" Jeffrey Dahmer once his fellow inmate (nicknamed “Christ”) struck him dead? Should we place Jeffrey Dahmer in the queer continuum? Is abnormal sexuality a choice? Who is to blame for compulsive behavior?...One actor plays a plethora of characters both real and imagined, creating a disturbing world in which Dahmer, as a troubled queer man, wrestles with his mortality and the fate of his soul.
Tickets are pay as you will and can be acquired here: https://the-pharmacy-theatre.square.site/. You will need to get a ticket to receive the details to access the production.

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