by Heartland Theatre Collective
Sep. 12, 2020
Passage: A New Radio Play by the Heartland Theatre Collective
Explore the depths of outer space with the Heartland Theatre Collective’s new radio play, Passage. Passage is the story of a group of astronauts trapped in the pull of a black hole and forced to confront questions of love, loss, and faith. Written collaboratively by a group of Austin-based theatre artists during the pandemic, Passage offers an escape into far-away places with intimate and truthful conversations on human connection and endurance.
The world premiere of Passage will be broadcast on YouTube Live on Friday, September 12th, 2020 at 7:00 PM CDT followed by a discussion and celebration with the creators. Afterward, the play will be available to stream on major platforms.
Directors- Marian Kansas and Rosalind Faires
Sound Design and Engineering- Miles Foster-Greenwood
Writing and Performance- Nicole Oglesby, Rosalind Faires, Katy Matz, Marian Kansas, Franny Harold, Ronan Melomo, Brennan Patrick, Will Gibson Douglas, Brooke Eden
The Heartland Theatre Collective is a fiscally sponsored project of the Austin Creative Alliance.
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
This project is a co-collaboration with the Austin Parks and Recreation Department’s Artist Access Program.
Passage features adult content and is appropriate for audiences age 17 and up.
September 12, 2020
Everywhere, TX, 78700
Reserve your spot and receive an email link for the premiere event here.
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