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A (Queer) Midsummer Night's Dream (Performance Alert!)

Promotional photo by Harry Pocius

Promotional photo by Harry Pocius

It is my pleasure to announce I can next be seen faerie-ing around as part of Little Flame Theatre Company’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This intentionally queer interpretation is being produced as part of Horsetrade Theatre’s Midsummer festival, happening at the Kraine theatre at the end of this month. Tickets can be purchased here. I hope to see you there!

All shows at 7pm on the following dates:

Monday, July 22

Friday July 26

Tuesday July 30

Thursday August 1

Saturday August 3

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Future Proof // A Death Well Died (Performance Alert)

Performance Alert for Friday, August 31st!

The next installment in the Future Proof story will take place next Friday, August 31st. You are cordially invited to attend the will reading of Paulbert F. Pontifex and help solve the mystery of who killed him. Or just throw one of your enemies in jail, you decide! Tickets are available here and Cipher Rage wouldn't miss a chance to crash I mean *attend* this event for the opportunity to get Paulbert's journals, so come help us out! Don't forget to check www.buddyresistance.net for more information.

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Tickets for Park Place Now Available

At long last, tickets are now on sale for the LIC One Act Festival. You can view the festival schedule and purchase tickets here, or click on the performance of choice below. Park Place is part of Program D, which has performances:

Friday, July 13 at 9:00 pm

Thursday July 19 at 7:00 pm

Sunday July 22 at 7:30 pm

Saturday July 28 at 5:30 pm

Wednesday August 1 at 7:00 pm

I (and the whole cast and creative team) hope to see you at one of our shows, and hope that you'll vote for Park Place to make it to the finals! If we do, the play will be published as part of the festival anthology and we sure would love to see our names in print! It would be pretty amazing to add "published playwright" to my resume!

As always, if you're thinking of coming to the show, or even if you can't make it, I hope you will consider donating to our indiegogo campaign. Perks for donations of $25 or more include a free ticket to the show!

Click on the photo below to make a contribution to support working artists.

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