Under Construction 2: LIVE Play Readings
ALL READINGS ARE SUGGESTED DONATION.
Friday, October 22 at 7:30 PM PST
CANCELLED/CANCEL ME by Jasmine Sharma
Directed by Mackenna Goodrich
It’s us against them and us against us and us be in isolation. Between hours spent on TikTok and Tumblr, college juniors demand accountability from the world and each other during the 2020 pandemic. Jasmine Sharma’s new play, Cancelled/Cancel Me, are two acts in conversation about care.
Friday, October 29 at 7:30 PM PST
SAINT VITUS’ DANCE by Joshua Rebell
Directed by Taylor Nichols
Famous art historian, Gregory Collins, suffering from Huntington’s Disease, tracks down the only doctor in the world rumored to have found a cure – his former lover – who, disgraced from the medical profession, has vowed never to release her findings. Over the course of a long weekend, secrets from the past are revealed, old sparks are rekindled, and loyalties are put to the test…. ultimately asking the question “What price are we willing to pay for more time to live?”
Saturday, October 30 at 1:00 PM PST
BISEXUAL SADNESS by India Kotis
Directed by Carlyle King
BISEXUAL SADNESS is about what it sounds like. Faye is getting married to a man, and though she really truly loves him, she wishes he was a woman. She’s not a closeted lesbian. She’s just sad that she’ll have to fight harder to be part of the queer communities she’s always found home in. BISEXUAL SADNESS is about the specific loneliness of being a bisexual woman in love with a man, while staring down the barrel of a lifetime of feeling that way. It takes the meme of the “Sad Bisexual” and treats it with curiosity and respect to interrogate questions of belonging, identity, cultural migrations and kinship. It poses the question: “why do so many people seem to find bisexual women so irritating?” and dares you, the audience, to answer.
Saturday, October 30 at 7:30 PM PST
a home what howls (or the house what was ravine) by Matthew Paul Olmos
Directed by Michael John Garcés
After the Vargas Family is displaced from their home, the parents try to live off the land, but the fear of the outside is like a never-ending nightmare. Meanwhile, their daughter attempts to fight their fight legally, against the gears of progress.
The Road Theatre’s COVID-19 Safety Plan
Updated August 18, 2021
The Road Theatre is joining theatres across the country in setting the highest standards for health and safety. We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the Magnolia stage!
Proof of Vaccination Against COVID-19
The Road Theatre will require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 before entering the theatre. Please note that your vaccination must have been completed 14 days prior to the date of performance.
Proof of a Negative COVID-19 PCR Test
If you are exempt from COVID-19 vaccinations due to medical reasons or sincerely held religious beliefs, The Road Theatre will require proof of your negative COVID-19 PCR test results, taken within 72 hours of the performance date, before entering the theatre.
Audiences under 12 are not permitted at this time.
The Road Theatre’s Mask Policy
Masks are required indoors for ALL guests regardless of vaccination status.
Thank you for your patience and continuing support of live theatre during this unprecedented time. We will continue to update and pivot according to the latest recommendations from the CDC and local officials. Rest assured that making your safety our top priority ensures that we take of you, your family and ours, all while enjoying great story-telling.