Have you Come to Your Senses?
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Six plays. Six playwrights with disabilities. Six human senses…yes, six. (Or perhaps more.) For the first time, Phamaly Theatre Company presents a one-act play festival featuring the work of playwrights with disabilities, with short plays that engage, explore, or challenge the human senses. The plays will be performed in uniquely interactive spaces at Denver’s RedLine Contemporary Art Center, and will feature the talents of Phamaly actors and various local directors. Come to your senses and join us for a Phamaly first!
All tickets are $25
RedLine Contemporary Art Center
2350 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO 80205
Show Dates and Times
Friday November 1st - 7:30pm
Saturday November 2nd - 2:00pm and 7:30pm
Sunday November 3rd - 2:00pm
Wednesday November 6th - 7:30pm
Thursday November 7th - 7:30pm
Saturday November 9th - 2:00pm and 7:30pm
Sunday November 10th - 2:00pm
ASL Shadow Interpretation and audio described performance is Sunday November 3rd at 2:00pm.
Captioning available at request every performance
The Bad One
by Jeff Carey
A comical and visceral interaction between Rupert and Lefty as they face the realities of death, survival, and having a gut feeling ... while living in someone's gut.
by Sean Michael Cummings
At an exquisite brunch place, K and J are about to seal the deal on the greatest luxury event of the century. Their only problem: questionable taste.
Where There's Smoke
by Jennie MacDonald
Already late for an important celebration, The Bookseller is prevented from leaving by The Visitor. Where there's smoke there's a dragon, pirates, and, of course, a marshmallow.
On The Rocks
by Jeffrey Neuman
A man tries his luck with romance right about the time of last call at a local bar.
Show & Tell at the House of Lucy
by Lucy Roucis
A fun and loving look at how one person handles her life with Parkinson's disease.
A Bag of Sand at Applebee's
by Garrett Zuercher
In desperate need of a beach vacation, Caroline has no other recourse but to take a bag of sand to Applebee's.