13 Years of Off-Kilter Theatre


Playing Games
by Brian Maticic
Directed by Shelby Maticic
August 4 – 19
A co-production with Brelby Theatre Company

“A play about life, love, and all of the sarcasm in between.”
Mel and Bryson keep their marriage alive in a unique way. Matt is pulled into their twisted games, and finds himself falling in love with Mel’s sister, Liz. Unfortunately for him, the family has a past that won’t stay hidden for long.

Tickets can be purchased here.


7 Minutes in Heaven
Hosted by Keven Patterson
Wednesday, August 29 at 7:30PM

Space55 presents a very special 7 Minutes in Heaven variety show. This edition of our no-holds-barred, anything-goes-variety-show will be hosted by none other than KEVIN PATTERSON — OG performance artist, poet, improviser, photographer, filmmaker, and classy gent. Kevin’s in town from the rugged lands of Charlotte, NC, and he’ll be MC-ing a special weekday edition of our 7 Minutes show.

Tickets can be purchased here.


The First Annual Bookburners Convention
by Ashley Naftule
Directed by Dennis Frederick
September 7 – 30

Every day feels exactly the same for the employees at the Opera Street Bookstore: talking about pop culture, taking never-ending smoke breaks, dealing with insane customers, and suffering the whims of their flaky manager. Their dead end jobs turn deadly, though, when a sketchy customer sells them a strange book. Written in a language nobody understands, two brothers and their militant feminist witch BFF try to decode it while sinister forces close in around them. It turns out that the book is a hot commodity, and the people who want to get their hands on it aren’t people at all.

A play about workplace drudgery and cosmic dread, The First Annual Bookburners Convention is a horror-comedy by the writer of Ear.

Tickets can be purchased here.


Country Blue Saloon
Book by Margo Brookover & Duane Daniels
Music & Lyrics by Randy Daniels
Directed by Duane Daniels
November 2 – 18

A special encore production! This country-blues musical is set in a saloon where the beer is cold, the hearts are lonely and the harmonies are tight.

Tickets can be purchased here.


A Blood Mary Christmas
by Denny Guge, Jacque Arend, Shawna Franks & Stacey Reed
November 23 – December 23

The most irreverent and bawdy Christmas show ever produced returns to Space 55 for its 9th year! Retirees Blanche, Bertha and Mabel sing, dance and drink themselves silly as they fight to keep from losing their Sun City condo to a heartless homeowner’s association on Christmas Eve. Featuring all the charm of A Christmas Carol with A LOT more cussing.

Tickets can be purchased here.


Bad Hombres: Comedic Monologues from Beyond
by Guillermo Reyes
Directed by Dwayne Hartford
January 11 – February 3

Bad Hombres is a world premiere series of comic monologues in which Latino immigrants (and some native) deal with the trans-cultural shocks of contemporary America, Arizona, the Southwest, and bring to them the complexity of sexual identity (even trans-sexual) shocks as well.

Tickets can be purchased here.


Night of the Chicken, Episode 2
by Carrie Behrens
Directed by Kim Porter
February 22 – March 17

Playwright Carrie Behrens returns with Episode 2—with new surprises, unexpected twists, and plenty of laughs for the whole family! As Andi struggles to keep her new “condition” from taking over her life, her arrogant cross-country rival becomes suspicious of her secret. To make matters worse, a messy rumor has infected the school, forcing Andi to team up with Mr.K to perform damage control.

Tickets can be purchased here.


‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore
by John Ford
Directed by Keath Hall
April 5 – 28

John Ford’s legendary and taboo play gets a modern facelift at Space 55. Follow the tale of two young lovers, Annabella and Giovanni as they, well…it’s kind of like Romeo & Juliet…but the ending is much, MUCH worse!

Tickets can be purchased here.


be my little baby
by John Perovich
Directed by Ilana Lydia
May 17 – June 9

Johnny has endured years of homeschooling from his overprotective Mother while his sister Heather gets to go to school. Johnny finds relief with LaRue, an imaginary friend. When Heather’s boyfriend Bobby threatens to harm her and her best friend, Johnny turns to LaRue for advice that is literally out of this world. be my little baby is a world premiere dark comedy about acceptance, cowboys, and astral projection.

Tickets can be purchased here.

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