Virtual Programming Calendar
December 10, 7pm MST - Zoom Production
THE ODYSSEY: BOOK 24, by Homer
Next on the virtual stage is a dramatic reading of Book 24 in The Odyssey! The epic poem by Homer chronicles King Odysseus’ struggle to return home to his city, family, and throne after the Trojan War. For years, Odysseus battles fantastical creatures and travels to strange lands all while his wife, Penelope, and son, Telemachus, avert Penelope’s suitors vying for the kingdom of Ithaca. Join us for a reading of the conclusion to this epic tale. Book 24 of Homer’s great work examines the true power of the gods and the inheritance of destiny.
Our Greek reading is in conjunction with Reading Greek Tragedy Online, a weekly series from The Center For Hellenic Studies, The Kosmos Society, and Out of Chaos Theatre.
Sponsored by the UW Classics program, with generous support from the Society for Classical Studies Committee on Classics in the Community, the Department of Modern & Classical Languages, and the Goode Family Fund.
December 17, 7pm MST - Facebook Live
STAR WARS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL PARODY
Join Relative Theatrics for a fun and free virtual reading of Star Wars: A Christmas Carol Parody! The real story of "A Christmas Carol" happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. A parody of the timeless holiday classic told with the characters from the universe you know and love. “May the Force be with you, everyone!”
February 12-28, 2021, Streaming Virtually, On-Demand
THE CARE AND FEEDING OF SMALL ANIMALS by Brooke-Erin Smith
At the end of the world, two genetically engineered children are entrusted with the survival of the human race. Held in a restricted campus, they grapple with their extreme responsibility while testing the boundaries of what they are and are not permitted to do as saviors of the world.
“ Immediate, classic, and prophetic. A tender, funny, endearing, horrifying, and thoroughly theatrical look at the systems that bind us, the terrible prospect of freedom, and the danger of malicious education. Smith's script conjures, alchemy-like, an entire vivid and grim world with nothing but two actors and some incredible, incredible words. ” (New Play Exchange)
*Subscribers and Individual Ticket Buyers will receive a private viewing link for at-home streaming on February 12th that can be viewed at any time through February 28th.
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*All 2020/21 Programming is supported in part by grants from the Wyoming Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, Wyoming Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.