by Jesse Hawley and James Stanley
PERFORMANCES AT 9:30PM ON SATURDAYS
SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER 7 & 14
presented as part of The Wilbury Group's New Work Development program, Studio W
Staged as a housewarming party – with you as our guests - House Warming uses small talk, show and tell, parlor tricks and song to explore themes of identity, isolation, and the psychic entropy that takes hold when we close our doors to the outside world. Employing the domestic parlor theatrics of Albee’s Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and the surreal noir aesthetics of Daniel Clowes’ Eightball comics, we invite you to an intimate evening of song, conversation and deconstructed realities.