Space 55’s Season 14!
November 28, 2019
Emily and Kendall invite their friend to Thanksgiving dinner, only to discover that he couldn’t care less about the holiday. Through original music and special guests, this heartfelt comedy is something for the whole family to gobble up!
Dec. 6-22, 2019
Ring in the holiday season with Space55’s annual bawdy Christmas play about a trio of boozy Sun City ladies trying to keep things flirty and festive as their world falls apart. NOTE: The shows for December 13-15 will feature the original cast of Shawna Franks, Jacque Arend, Stacey Reed & Richard Briggs!
The Envelope Play by Beth May
Jan. 10-Feb. 2, 2020
What if science could tell you if your relationship was doomed to fail or fated to succeed? A young couple gets the chance to sneak a peek at their future. The only problem? They’re not on the same page about whether or not they should take a look. Directed by Bethanne Abramovich in collaboration with Howl Theatre Project.
Night Of The Chicken 3 by Carrie Behrens
Feb. 21-Mar. 15, 2020
Carrie Behrens’ Zoni-winning radio play series about a young girl dealing with the twin horrors of going to high school and being a Werechicken continue with the third installment in this popular, family-friendly series. Directed by Kim Porter.
Fade by Tanya Saracho
April 10-26, 2020 (preview April 9)
When Lucia, a Mexican-born novelist, gets her first TV writing job, she feels a bit out of place on the white male-dominated set. Lucia quickly becomes friends with the only other Latino around, a janitor named Abel. As Abel shares his stories with Lucia, similar plots begin to find their way into the TV scripts that Lucia writes. Fade is a play about class and race within the Latinx community, as well as at large, and how status does not change who you are at your core.
Radio-Free Europa by Ashley Naftule
May 15-June 7, 2020
Broadcasting from the Nevada desert, Delilah Peel hosts the nation’s most popular late night AM radio show. Fielding paranoid calls about UFOs, Bigfoots, and ghosts is all in a day’s work for Peel. But when her equipment begins picking up ominous transmissions from beyond the stars, she starts to worry that she’s turning into one of her callers.