The Cannibals July 1 - July 10
By Theroun Patterson
Winner of WIP 2015 Playwrights Festival
Directed by Kyle Barnette
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New Year's Eve 2094, 16 months after the fall of the United States of America, a small family living in a cabin in 'New Colonies' of the Rocky Mountains attempt to adapt to some sense of normalcy, isolating themselves from the new order of society. When old friends pay them a visit, they bring with them the realities of the new world outside, determination for survival as they perhaps seek more than just a friend drop-in. A thrilling new work that explores what its like when we all must start over on the same playing field.
2016 Playwrights Festival
PLAY COMPETITION UPDATE:
We will be announcing the three finalists for this year's Playwrights Festival by tomorrow evening, June 1. With such an influx of great scripts it is taking us just a little longer to make our decisions. Thank you for your patience and stay tuned!
Saturday July 2nd (times vary)
84 1/2 Society St (Threshold Theatre)
Join us Saturday July 2nd for a day full of celebrating the art of playwriting during our fifth annual Playwrights Festival including staged readings of selections from this year's three finalists, our always popular 24 Hour Playhouse performance, an opening night talkback with Theroun Patterson, playwright of The Cannibals, winner of the 2015 Playwrights Festival and more...
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Karaoke Smackdown 2016
In partnership with Threshold Repertory Theatre
NEXT ROUND JULY 2016
Our seasonal live singing competition features eight brave contestants competing for the Karaoke Smackdown title. Performing two rounds of songs from a pre-selected theme the contestants receive hilarious feedback from our panel of 'celebrity' judges. Hosted by Charleston City Paper's Best Local Comedian Jeremy McLellan, this outrageous competition is all bark and no bite with audiences dressing up in the theme of the evening, Karaoke roulette and other live entertainment. New contestants always welcome.