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RSVP for A Chilling Night of One Acts

Updated: Sep 27, 2023

RSVP for A Chilling Night of One Acts

October 5-8, 2023

October 5-7 at 8:00PM

October 8 at 2:00PM

Rehearsal Studio of Prison Performing Arts and St. Louis Shakespeare Festival

3333 Washington Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63103

Waiting for Hecate

Written by e.k. Doolin

Directed by Rachel Tibbetts

Featuring: Autumn Hales, Katherine Leemon, Summer Baer

Malkie, Paddy and Harper are waiting...and, it's been a minute. Who they are waiting for might be less important than simply who they are, or where they come from, or why they are waiting in the first place? They are existential existentialists, who ponder the existence of existing. Oh, and they're weird. In a good way. Or a bad way. It's all subjective anyway, right?

The Privilege of Being Second

Written by David Nonemaker and Eric Satterfield

Directed by Eric Satterfield

Assistant Directed by Summer Baer

Featuring: Andre Eslamian, Alexander Huber, LaWanda Jackson, Eric Satterfield

In this gripping dystopian tale, society is governed by a chilling rule: second born children are forcibly taken by the government. Within this bleak world, Reese Winter, a second born, has spent his life concealed within the confines of his home, shielded from a fate he dreads. However, as he nears adulthood, an insurmountable desire awakens within him, accompanied by seemingly unattainable dreams. Yet, lurking beneath the surface lies a family secret that holds the power to shatter the oppressive status quo and change everything. In this riveting tale, the resilience of the human spirit intertwines with a dystopian reality, weaving a suspenseful story that explores sacrifice, hope, and the power of truth.

Content warning/Trigger warning:

The Privilege of Being Second deals with suicidal ideation, suicidal intent, and self-harm.

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