I have a couple of plays opening in the next couple of weeks in the
Brown Couch Theatre Company is doing my monologue, “Tombstone Diploma”,
part of their evening of ten-minute plays called “Kickin’ It Old Skool”.
All of the plays in this evening revolve around education.
Here’s the info:
by John Weagly
Directed by Allison Moody
Featuring Anna Weiler
Brown Couch Theatre Company
At the Piven Theatre
Noyes Cultural Arts Center
927 Noyes Street
Friday 8/8 8:00
Saturday 8/9 8:00
Sunday 8/10 3:00
Thursday 8/14 8:00
Friday 8/15 8:00
Saturday 8/16 8:00
I'm not sure how much tickets cost.
The other play is called "Bags of Bones" and is about the evils
of having a
skeleton. It's being done at the Abbie Hoffman Died For Our Sins Festival.
Here’s the info:
Iguana Productions presents
“ Bags of Bones”
Written and Directed by John Weagly
Featuring Dave Coxhead and Eric Radic
Mary Arrchie Theatre's Abbie Hoffman Died For Our Sins Festival
731 W. Sheridan
Friday 8/15 11:10 pm
A word about the Abbie Hoffman Fest. This festival goes all weekend,
non-stop, round the clock. Plays are back to back to back. Because of
this, sometimes perormances start a little bit late. My play is towards the
beginning of the festival, so I doubt it will start late, but I wanted to
give you fair warning.
Single Admission: $5.00
(You get in once, if you leave and want to came back in, it's another $5.00)
Day Pass: $10.00
(Come and go all day)
Weekend Pass: $25.00
(Come and go all weekend)
"Tombstone Diploma" will be pretty much a regular theater experience. "Bags
of Bones", due to the nature of the festival, will be more of a sit on the
floor and enjoy the atmosphere as much as the play type of deal.
Oh, and you can bring booze to "Bags of Bones".