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Albee Reading Series: Three Tall Women

Sat - Dec 3, 2016 - 7:30pm

A FREE, one-night only stage reading of THREE TALL WOMEN, the Pulitzer-winning 1994 play by the late, great Edward Albee (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?)



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Albee Reading Series: A Delicate Balance

Sat - Dec 10, 2016 - 7:30pm

A FREE, one-night-only stage reading of the Pulitzer-winning 1966 play by the late, great Edward Albee (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?).



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Albee Reading Series: The Zoo Story

Dec 16, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016

A FREE, one-night-only workshop production of late, great playwright Edward Albee’s first play, The Zoo Story.



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48-Hour Theater Festival #47

Sat/Sun, Jan 14 & 15

Another edition of the 48-Hour Theater Festival, bringing us one step closer to 48 #48!

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Serial Killers 2017

Saturdays, Jan 28 to Feb 25

Our annual sudden-death theater tournament: every week for five weeks, competing teams perform a new episode of their serial plays, and the audience votes to eliminate one team, until only the champion remains.

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2016/17 Season Pass

Sep 2016 to Jun 2017
Our next Season will run from September 2016 until June 2017, and will include:
  • an immersive performance of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, in collaboration with Bellingham Circus Guild,
  • BELLOPOTROPOLIS, an exponentially silly five-episode sequel to… Read More


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Mia Solo Festival

Mar 9–25, 2017

A new festival of one-man and one-woman works – more info soon!

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Bellopotropolis

Saturdays, Apr 6–29

A sequel to an early iDiOM hit: Glenn Hergenhahn-Zhao’s hilarious BELLOPOLIS – more info soon!

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New Works Festival

May 11–27, 2017

Three weekends of never-before-performed readings, workshops, and fully-staged performances – more info soon!

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The Emperor of the Moon, by Aphra Behn

Jun 8–24, 2017

A brand-new translation of a play by Aphra Behn, the 17th-century playwright and spy known as the first woman to make her living writing. More info soon!

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