View our 2020 virtual season. 

Double Feature: The Zoo Story / Just One Drink

The Zoo Story by Edward Albee & Just One Drink by Kaelem Von Camper
PERFORMANCE: JULY 11th, 2020 @ 7:30PM
LOCATION: https://tinyurl.com/yc2hm7x4

Just One Drink Synopsis: Lexi is a professional singer going through a VERY public and messy divorce and Erica is a young waitress who is struggling to find a way to get out of bed everyday. It's a play about how sometimes we have to learn to let others in in order to actually heal.

The Zoo Story Synopsis: This one-act play concerns two characters, Peter and Jerry, who meet on a park bench in New York City's Central Park. Peter is a wealthy publishing executive with a wife, two daughters, two cats, and two parakeets. Jerry is an isolated and disheartened man, desperate to have a meaningful conversation with another human being. He intrudes on Peter’s peaceful state by interrogating him and forcing him to listen to stories about his life and the reason behind his visit to the zoo.

Workshop Live!

A series of live-streamed play workshops on our YouTube Channel at 12PM EST: https://tinyurl.com/pharmthea
July 18th: Darling of My Heart by Danielle Wirsansky
August 2nd: Untitled Paranormal Play by Austin Shay
September 13th: Anne Boleyn: Witch, Bitch, Feminist, Temptress by Austin Shay
October 31st: Delta Iota Epsilon by Austin Shay

Online Masterclass: Six's Grace Mouat

Join us for an one hour online masterclass with Grace Mouat focusing on Musical Theatre Song Interpretation on August 15th.

Grace Mouat is a British Musical Theatre performer and recent Youtuber. She was the original understudy for every Queen in Six the Musical (UK Tour and West End) and is currently covering the title role in & Juliet at the Shaftesbury Theatre.

Tickets are available now but limited. We are selling 5 participant tickets at $15 and 30 observer tickets at $5.

Please make sure you enter a valid email when you purchase, we will be sending the link to the Masterclass to that email. (https://squareup.com/store/the-pharmacy-theatre)

Virtual Reading: Sophocles' Electra

PERFORMANCE: AUGUST 22nd, 2020 @ 7:30PM
LOCATION: https://tinyurl.com/yc2hm7x4
Synopsis: Oestes arrives with his friend Pylades, son of Strophius, and a pedagogue, i.e. tutor (an old attendant of Orestes, who took him from Electra to Strophius). Their plan is to have the tutor announce that Orestes has died in a chariot race, and that two men (really Orestes and Pylades) are arriving shortly to deliver an urn with his remains. Meanwhile, Electra continues to mourn the death of her father Agamemnon, holding her mother Clytemnestra responsible for his murder. When Electra is told of the death of Orestes her grief is doubled, but is to be short-lived. After a choral ode Orestes arrives, carrying the urn supposedly containing his ashes. He does not recognize Electra, nor she him. He gives her the urn and she delivers a moving lament over it, unaware that her brother is in fact standing alive next to her. Now realizing the truth, Orestes reveals his identity to his emotional sister. She is overjoyed that he is alive, but in their excitement they nearly reveal his identity, and the tutor comes out from the palace to urge them on. Orestes and Pylades enter the house and slay Clytemnestra. As Aegisthus returns home, they quickly put her corpse under a sheet and present it to him as the body of Orestes. He lifts the veil to discover who it really is, and Orestes then reveals himself. They escort Aegisthus off set to be killed at the hearth, the same location Agamemnon was slain. The play ends here, before the death of Aegisthus is announced.

Online Masterclass: Project Runway’s Brittany Allen

Join us for an one hour online masterclass with Brittany Allen focusing on fashion design, garment construction, and sustainability on September 12th.

Brittany Allen grew up in Fort Smith, Arkansas, and strives for perfection and excellence in her unique designs. After receiving her Bachelor of Science from the University of Arkansas and her MFA from SCAD, she moved to Austin, Texas, where she is currently an adjunct professor of fashion courses at a local university. She works on her brand full time, and is simultaneously in the final stages of her PhD in Apparel, Merchandising, and Design at Iowa State. Brittany’s designs mix powerful shapes with feminine prints, and she incorporates French seams throughout every garment to add couture refinement, and emphasize her formal training and techniques. Brittany’s goal as a designer is to bring fun and excitement back into the fashion industry, and her designs are meant to make women feel more empowered and beautiful. She describes her brand as if Dolly Parton and Betsey Johnson had a baby who was then raised by Anna Wintour. Her designs have been showcased at Austin Fashion Week 2017-2019, 2017 Houston Fashion Week, and September 2019 Style Fashion Week, along with WWD and Footwear News. She was also on Bravo's Project Runway season 18 where she finished in the top 6.

Tickets are available now but limited. We are selling observation tickets for $10.

Please make sure you enter a valid email when you purchase, we will be sending the link to the Masterclass to that email. (https://squareup.com/store/the-pharmacy-theatre)

Virtual Reading: Hedda Gabler

PERFORMANCE: November 14th, 2020 @ 7:30PM
LOCATION: https://tinyurl.com/yc2hm7x4
Synopsis: Hedda, the famous daughter of General Gabler, married George Tesman out of desperation, but she found life with him to be dull and tedious. During their wedding trip, her husband spent most of his time in libraries doing research in history for a book that is soon to be published.

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