In it, a driven young woman attempts to take control of a reclusive middle aged widower’s life.
In the country of Proper, people are given a future path upon birth, a fate from which they mustn’t stray; otherwise, they are declared fateless and forced into camps. When a genderless individual with a mysterious past lands in one of these camps, the corrupt scramble to maintain order. Knowledge will set the fateless free, if only they have the courage to bite the apple.
A political thriller about free will and social injustice, Bite the Apple opens Friday, August 14th and runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through September 5th.
Written and directed by: Malissa Petterson
Musical director: Meghan Rose
Choreographer: Simone LaPierre
Stage manager: Matthew Viktor Petterson
Heather Jane Farr
Jordan Apollo Pulley
Invasion of the Jesus Snatchers, a hilarious new screwball comedy from Madison playwright Brian Wild, is a funny and twisted take on the classic horror films of the 1950’s, inspired by the life and works of Televangelist, Pat Robertson.
Set in modern times, Doctor Hildy Peters, a successful psychiatrist with a flair for being a bit too honest, is called home from a conference when some of her patients start acting a bit peculiar, and finds herself in the middle of a strange and ever-growing web of mystery and intrigue.
Accompanied by her friend, Jack, Hildy watches as patients and family inexplicably change overnight, unaware that the evil Pat Robertson’s master plan for world domination may be the reason for everyone’s peculiar behavior.
Fast paced and funny, Invasion of the Jesus Snatche...Read More
“Big Expectations” is the story of a boy from the lower classes who gets a benefactor and a new life. The story opens in the near future, in the Complaint Department of “The Universal Everything Corporation” and travels back and forth in time and place – from a bowling alley to a factory to the law offices of Richard Nixon’s associates.
Big Expectations by Ray Olderman will run at Broom Street Theater at 8pm October 23rd until November 14th. More details will be available on the theater’s website bstonline.org . Tickets are $11.00. For more information or to make reservations contact Broom Street Theater at (608) 244-8338 or reserve at bstonline.org/reserve
Are We Delicious? is an ensemble of Madison writer/performers who conceive, write, rehearse and perform an original one-hour comedy-variety show in a single week. Everyone writes, everyone acts and no one can rest until the final curtain.
We are delighted to announce the Are We Delicious? Xmas ’15 ensemble:
Marcy Weiland, Dan Steger, Peggy Rosin, Matt Korda, Claire Kannapell, Linda Hedenblad, Jason Compton, and Coleman
Performances are Dec. 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 @ 8 pm and Dec. 4 & 11 @ 10 pm
Purchase tickets at Brown Paper Tickets