900 is a love story in real time – the play ends when the call ends.
At 11:11 pm, the conversation begins.
One game. Two players. They’ll either both win…
Or they’ll both lose.
900 is Rob Matsushita’s romantic comedy about Ben, who has just moved into town and has never called a phone sex line before and Augustina, a comic book geek who works out of her apartment. They’re about to have a phone sex call like no other. Directed by Kathy Lynn Sliter and starring Katherine Boomsma and N-Dig0, “900” is an edgy romantic comedy for audiences ages 17 and up.
900 opens April 27th and runs until May 19th 2012. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm. Doors open at 7:40pm. Tickets are $9. Reservations are encouraged but not required. Please call (608) 244-8338 to make a reservation.