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“Adverb adjective noun. Adverb adjective noun. Adverb adjective noun. Do you see?”

How do you love learn fuck work mate marry watch shop listen win dress think feel fight eat take beg birth give weigh serve scream write die play walk worry laugh share sleep lose dance play piss age bleed bake yell? How do you talk about it?

A series of provocations overlap, intersect, and explode to create a wildly theatrical and irreverent new play about how we talk to, and about, each other.

Featuring: Daniel Abeles, Molly Bernard, Eboni Booth and Jennifer Ikeda

Set Design: Adam Rigg; Costume Design: Kaye Voyce; Lighting Design: Yi Zhao; Sound Design: Palmer Hefferan; Projection Design: Hannah Wasileski; Props: George Hoffmann and Greg Kozatek; Fight Choreography: J. David Brimmer; Production Stage Manager: Lisa McGinn; Production Manager: David Nelson; Casting: Doulin + Sharky; Illustration: Luci Gutierrez; Graphics: Studio Usher.

99-cent Sunday tickets for REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. will be offered on May 8 at 3:00pm. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis 30 minutes prior to each performance. 99-cent Sundays for REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. are sponsored, in part, by TheaterMania.

Limited rush tickets ($30 or $20 for students with valid ID) are available for most performances on a first-come, first-served basis and are distributed 15-minutes prior to each performance.

REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. is made possible by the leadership support of John Adrian Selzer and additional support from Jon & NoraLee Sedmak.

Special thanks to Paula Marie Black, Judi Krupp, and the Still Point Fund for supporting travel, housing and childcare costs for playwright Alice Birch, and to Alfred Hubay and Jim & Laura Pizzo for generously underwriting two weeks of actor and stage management salaries for this production.

 

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