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PRESENTED BY Underscore Theatre Company
June 13, 2018
July 22, 2018

“Haymarket,” first presented in 2016 by Underscore under the title “Haymarket: The Anarchist’s Songbook” is back! Having spent the last two years workshopping the show, authors Kornfeld and Higgin-Houser alongside director Nick Thornton have crafted an all-new theatrical experience, building on the success of its previous incarnation, creating new songs, overhauling the book, and like the union workers from the show, rebuilding from the ground up. Based on historical events, “Haymarket” tells the dramatic story of labor unrest in Chicago, 1886, where striking workers clashed with a brutal police force, resulting in an act of terror, a corrupt trial, and the death of five innocent men. Told by a cast of twelve actor-instrumentalists, “Haymarket” is a folk, bluegrass, and Americana adventure for Chicago, from Chicago.
Runtime: 2hours (including intermission).
This show is appropriate for all ages!

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PRESENTED BY With A Machete Productions
July 17, 2018
July 29, 2018
Originally founded by Dole Roxy, The Church of Modern Love is comprised of people centered around one simple idea: “You Deserve To Be Loved.”. and they sing and dance in worship via a rock concert  and continue to thrive, even after Dole’s death (along with other members) in a fire in 1991.
Today, the church is stronger than ever; full of devout members who gather to honor Jenna, their savior. During the final phase of this audience’s “self search,” church members and leaders begin to unravel the world they built for themselves, and wonder why they joined in the first place.
The Church of Modern Love offers an immersive experience for the audience: As they enter the theater, they are members of the church.

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PRESENTED BY Griffin Theatre Company
July 21, 2018
August 25, 2018

In the basement of a small evangelical church in southeastern Idaho, a group of young missionaries is preparing to go to the Middle East. When one of the missionaries – a young man – has a crisis of faith on his spiritual journey, it reminds us that faith doesn’t come easily, no matter where you look for it.

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PRESENTED BY InGen Productions
August 9, 2018
August 12, 2018

Join InGen Productions on a flight through the past exploring childhood like never before. Bangarang! resurrects and reunites the timeless characters of Neverland and explores their journeys through the lens of The Dance, the 1997 reunion concert of Fleetwood Mac. The show is a rocking reflection on identity, family, and the paths we’ve chosen and ultimately asks the question “What does it mean to grow up?”

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PRESENTED BY The inconvenience
August 9, 2018
September 8, 2018

The Fly Honey Show re-imagines the classic cabaret to provide and intimate and explosive celebration of body+sex positivity through a feminist perspective. Led by creator/director Erin Kilmurray, The Fly Honeys are a fierce group of dancers, musicians, actors, designers and performance artists who foster a safe space for advancing gender equality and promoting self-love. The event engages with the audience on a powerful, yet community-minded level, empowering them to celebrate with The Fly Honeys and immerse themselves in a night of beauty and abandonment bookended with teachable moments to take home.

Standing room: Standing room ticket buyers get the full experience of being in the Hive and get to take and make their own space.
General Admission: General admission ticket buyers are guaranteed a butt in a seat to kick back and relax.
VIP: VIP ticket buyers enjoy the reserved seating at their own table in the best seats in the house. Get these tickets and take home Fly Honey merchandise, gifts from our sponsors, and a night to remember.

This is a 21+ show! Early-bird tickets are available now until we run out! Regular priced tickets will be released on July 16th!

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PRESENTED BY WildClaw Theatre
September 11, 2018
October 13, 2018

A world premiere by Kristin Idaszak and directed by Jess Hutchinson. When Quinn discovers her estranged mother is dying, she returns to a home she fled long ago. As she cares for her mother, Quinn wrestles with disturbing childhood memories. What is her mother’s secret? What do the bedtime stories of Selkies her mother once told her really mean? Told in three interconnected monologues, SECOND SKIN (winner of the Kennedy Center’s Paula Vogel and Jean Kennedy Smith awards) investigates the fraught relationship between mothers and daughters, and how one mistake can reverberate across generations.

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