Don’t. Panic. Stay. Calm. Everything in this room is a weapon or a shield.
Faith and Novella are best friends living in a small German town near an American military base. In Novella’s basement apartment, they’re practicing some unusual combat drills–armed with wine, potato chips, and the very best speakers they can afford.
Montag is a domestic thriller, a sleep deprivation comedy, and a rebellion celebration under threat of annihilation.
Alexis Soloski, The New York Times
“A hymn to female friendship. It’s exciting, this theater as jigsaw, and there’s satisfaction as each piece snaps together. Malouf infuses Novella with an unvarnished sensuality and a party-at-the-end-of-the-world abandon…Venturi’s Faith holds herself more tightly, a jittery presence still trying to juggle odds.”
Zachary Stewart, Theatermania, Editor's Pick
“We want to see more as the tension builds over 90 strange and fascinating minutes. Horror, comedy, and operatic majesty coexist on the same stage…breathtaking…it holds us rapt and slack-jawed.”
Sandy MacDonald, New York Stage Review
“A coup de theatre the likes of which we haven’t seen since Soho Rep’s An Octoroon in 2014. Welcome back to edgy avant-gardism! This intriguing production signals an all-clear: it’s time to emerge from our own post-pandemic safe rooms.”
Montana Levi Blanco
Sinan Refik Zafar
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Montag was commissioned with support from James Gleick & Cynthia Crossen. Montag is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature. The play was further developed with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Playwrights’ Center. Production fees for playwrights at Soho Rep are generously sponsored by The Dorothy Strelsin Foundation.
Please note that the show includes references to intimate partner violence, suicidal ideation, hallucination, and gun violence. This production also makes use of flashing lights, theatrical haze/fog and smoke. As sensitivities vary from person to person, please contact email@example.com with questions or for more information.
In accordance with current public health guidelines, Soho Rep will no longer require proof of vaccination before entering the theater. Additionally, we welcome and encourage mask-wearing, but will not be requiring audience members to wear masks at most performances. We will have high-quality K94 or K95 masks available for free for audience members who would like them.
Our Saturday, November 12 performance at 3pm will require masking in order to accommodate any members of our community who feel safer seeing the show under those circumstances. If you would like to opt into that performance instead, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay home if you aren’t feeling well! If you cannot attend Montag due to illness, email email@example.com with your full name and the performance date and time. We will work with you to rebook you into a later performance or refund your ticket if you are unable to attend your scheduled performance because you are sick or awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test.
These policies are subject to change as circumstances and public health guidelines evolve. Thank you for your patience and understanding.