How to Survive an Apocalypse
Upstage Players invites audiences to three different plays in repertory performance all written by Jordan Hall and presented at the Littleton Opera House on February 11,12,13,18,19,20.
THIS TICKET IS FOR HOW TO SURVIVE AND APOCALYPSE ONLY -- ticket purchase also provides free admission to symposium on Feb 19th
Flex pass available for all Climate Change Plays here.
A romantic comedy for the End of Days, How to Survive an Apocalypse follows Jen and Tim, a young and successful urban couple who become convinced that their party lifestyle is coming to an end. They become ‘preppers’, hoarding supplies and learning to hunt. But their obsession takes its toll, and both are forced to imagine the apocalypse without the love of their life.
PERFORMANCES: February 12 & 18 at 7:30 pm, February 13 & 19 at 2:00 pm
TICKETS: RESERVED $15 for adults, $12 for children under 18 and seniors for either Kayak or Apocalypse or see both with a special FLEX PASS for only $25!
SPECIAL EVENT: On Saturday the 19th at 5 pm (between the two shows) there will be a special panel discussion on climate change with special guest speakers. This event will be free to those holding a ticket to one of the plays and $7 for those who are not attending a performance. Sign up and join us!
The Donation – by Jordan Hall
A man shows up at a donation center with plans to make an extreme donation in order to help the planet. Exploring the value of life against the size of one’s carbon footprint, this 10-minute play tackles huge issues.
PERFORMANCES: The Donation is a short play (approximately 10 minutes) and will perform before all performances of Kayak and Apocalypse.