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Theaterlab presents
Sunday, March 8 at 3pm & 5pm
Tickets: $15 HERE

Join us for MINIFEST, an afternoon of short works and other small surprises, on Sunday, March 8th with performances at 3pm and 5pm.

The Theaterlab staff is taking over our full loft in order to take a close look at a variety of small performances. We’ll meet together for a loose-knit day of tiny delights filled with miniature versions of Theaterlab’s signature-style snacks and socializing. MINIFEST is a chance to isolate a segments of performances, peer at them closely, and reframe our perspectives by magnifying the miniature. 

Mini works will include the first-ever glimpse at Artistic Director Orietta Crispino’s This Will Look Good on You, the next installation in her popular Let Me Cook For You series, Program Director Jolene Noelle’s So The Witch Won’t Eat Me, her dramaturgy lecture on Medea and witchcraft, Marketing Manager Lanie Zipoy’s short film “17 Things I Wish I Could Tell You Since You Died,” and a collection of work by Theaterlab’s affiliated artists, including Liza Cassidy, Jed Distler, Bryn Hlava, Michaela Lind, Jack Meriwether, Kat Moore, Maria Scarpini, and Jonathan Silver.


Presented as part of TLAB Shares, our guest productions program.
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Full Calendar of TLAB Shares Events/Tickets: HERE

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USE:Underground Skills Exchange presents
SPEAK UP SERIES: Artists of Color on Identity, Autonomy and Artistic Success
Monday, March 9th  7-9pm: 7-7:30 mixer 7:30-9pm round table and Q&A
Tickets: $15 HERE

Out of the Box Theatrics presents
Baby – Limited Return Engagement
Book by Sybille Pearson
Music by David Shire
Lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr.

April 17 – May 10, 2020
Tickets: HERE

After the sold-out limited engagement that charmed audiences last year, Baby returns starring Tony winner Alice Ripley. With a book by Sybille Pearson, music by David Shire, and lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr., Baby follows three couples on a university campus dealing with the painful, rewarding and unexpectedly funny consequences of the universal experience of pregnancy and parenthood. The couples include two college students (Elizabeth Flemming & Evan Ruggiero), barely at the beginning of their adult lives; the thirty-somethings (Gabrielle McClinton & Christina Sajous), having trouble conceiving but determined to persevere; and middle-aged parents (Ripley & Robert H. Fowler), previously looking forward to an empty nest when an unexpected night of passion lands them back where they started.

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