Progress Showings

It’s Out There! Productions presents

The Fatal Summons

Friday, May 31 at 2:00pm, talk back to follow performance
at the Roxy on Gateway Theatre

written and directed by Leila Raye-Crofton
featuring Caro Vanrensberg, Chris Pereira, Linda Mullen, Elizabeth Turner, Jackson Card, Katelyn Trieu, Julia Van Dam, and Julie Murphy

Four young actors enter a theatre for a closing night party. Soon, one finds an ancient script in the lobby. He suggests they all do a play reading of a scene in which a demon is summoned. Unfortunately for them, the reading goes better than expected and a real entity from another realm comes to destroy them. One thing’s for sure: not everyone will make it out alive.

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Justin Douglas Shaw presents

The Wrestling Play

Tuesday, June 4 at 2:00pm, talk back to follow performance
at the Roxy on Gateway Theatre

created and performed by Justin Shaw

Charles is a discontent English teacher whose wanderlust is only matched by his deep-seated love for professional wrestling. After a life-altering decision to chase his dream of becoming a pro-wrestler, Charles finally steps out of his comfort zone, and into the great unknown.
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Razor Babes presents

Headhole

Wednesday, June 5 at 2:00pm, talk back to follow performance
at the Roxy on Gateway Theatre

written by Claudia Kulay
directed by Evelyn Scheibli
featuring Ahmed Assaf, Benjamin Osgood, Amanda Storwick

In order to avoid the inevitable, Cameron and Adrian invite two strangers into the bedroom of their small apartment. It’s to fulfil a supposed voyeuristic fantasy or to save their relationship or to have an excuse to be in the bedroom or to do a lot of yelling.

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Persistent Myth Productions presents

Bird Signs

Thursday, June 6 at 2:00pm, talk back to follow performance
at the Roxy on Gateway Theatre

written and performed by Hayley Moorhouse
production design by Caro Vanrensburg

It’s a bird! it’s a plane! It’s…Oh wait. Okay no, it’s just a bird. This solo show is about birds. And signs. And a desperate search for significance in an isolating world. And the cages we weave for ourselves in our minds. But, you know, it’s got woodpeckers and stuff. There’s a little bit about van Gogh. It mentions butterflies for a second. And hope. And fear. And the steep descent into blinding obsession. But mainly it’s just a lot of birds.