Wilma 3 Play Flex

(Multiple Venues) : Wed 9/19/18 7:30PM - Sun 5/12/19 2:00PM

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Kill Move Paradise Wednesday, September 19, 2018 7:30PM - Sunday, September 23, 2018 2:00PM   ·   More Info »
Kill Move Paradise

9.4.18 - 9.23.18

James Ijames' New York Times Critic Pick play Kill Move Paradise tells the story of Isa, Daz, Grif and Tiny, four black men who find themselves stuck in a cosmic waiting room in the afterlife. This play, inspired by the ever growing list of slain unarmed black men and women, depicts these men as symbols of life and hope. Gone but never forgotten, Kill Move Paradise illustrates the possibilities of collective transformation and radical acts of joy.

Mr. Burns Choose Later Monday, October 22, 2018 2:53AM - Monday, April 22, 2019 2:53AM

Mr. Burns Tuesday, October 23, 2018 6:30PM - Sunday, November 11, 2018 2:00PM   ·   More Info »
Mr. Burns

10.23.18 – 11.11.18

The power grid is down. Providence is deserted. Boston is a mess. And all of Pennsylvania… but Stamford seems ok?

Facing an uncertain future, survivors gather and try to put society back together. The glue? A scattershot network of community theater troupes and old episodes of The Simpsons. This weirdly touching, action-packed play grapples with how our stories unify and define us.

Romeo and Juliet Tuesday, January 15, 2019 6:30PM - Sunday, February 3, 2019 2:00PM   ·   More Info »
Romeo and Juliet

1.15.19 – 2.3.19

Think there’s nothing left to say about Romeo and Juliet? Think again, Blanka Zizka helms a contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy. What does a younger generation inherit from the choices of its elder? What happens when unconditional love confronts unforgivable violence?

Dionysus Was Such a Nice Man Tuesday, April 23, 2019 6:30PM - Sunday, May 12, 2019 2:00PM   ·   More Info »
Dionysus Was Such a Nice Man

4.23.19 – 5.12.19

A comedy about your childhood being a Greek tragedy, this world premiere by Kate Tarker commissioned for the HotHouse Company examines the ways in which bad behavior is excused and concealed, using absurdism and traditions of clowning as a lens to tackle the timely subjects of sexual assault, incest, justice, and accountability.