Individual tickets for 7 Plays in 7 Days are below.
Tickets for each performance are $14
buy an All Access Pass which gives you unlimited attendance to all 7 shows for $45!
To purchase the All Access Pass go to the bottom of this page.
You may also purchase tickets by calling 214-477-4942.
Please note: These are all staged readings of new works. Unlike most staged readings in which the actors just stand and read the script out loud, our staged reasons are more like a "concert" version of the plays. The plays are partially staged to better give a feel to the audience of the movement, or blocking in the play. Some plays do incorporate a few set pieces. The language and subject matter in some of the plays is rather adult. If you have any questions about subject matter call us at 214-477-4942.
All performances are at the Studio Theatre, Addison Conference and Theatre Centre,
15650 Addison Road, Addison, TX.
For these productions it is open seating (seats aren't assigned).
When Herod Came to Georgia by James McLindon
Directed by LeeAnn Ducker
Based on a true story: Evaline is an enslaved woman whose daughter has been taken hostage by her owners to ensure Evaline does not reveal to Sherman’s Army the gold hidden on the property. Rebekah, Evaline’s mistress, assures Evaline that she was against the idea, and is sure her father will return her daughter safely once the danger has passed. Cobb is a poor rebel deserter and Brock, a wealthy, oafish escaped Union officer, find their way to Evaline's home and go into hiding. What she doesn't know is that Cobb knows about the treasure and has come to find it, with Brock’s help if he can persuade him. As the play progresses, all four must decide whom they can trust, as past lies and past sins are discovered or confessed.
Presented Thursday, February 22, 8 PM with a talk back after the show
and Sunday, February 25, 6 PM.
The King of Cage Street by Michael Oatman
Directed by Mark-Brian Sonna
D-Bear is an ex-con who lives in the worst section of east Cleveland. Despite his rough path, he has cobbled together a life, purchased a rundown building and is now owner of a landscaping company. His life is filled with hard work, and populated with a pair of colorful characters: Sully, an alcoholic ex-con who works for him and a transgendered prostitute that rents the apartment across the hall. Together this unlikely family finds an uneasy peace in decaying paradise with much hope and humor. This fragile peace is threatened when D-Bear learns that an old enemy he nearly killed many years before is now being released from prison. Will D-Bear escape his past or become a victim of it? This play explores the meaning of family, and how difficult it can be to leave the past.
Presented Friday, February 23, 8 PM with a talk back after the show
and Sunday, February 25, 3:30 PM.
The Chicken Coop Stratagem by Mike Schraeder
Directed by Charles Ballinger
Margie Kroll is a middle-aged woman who has problems on a biblical scale. She’s trapped in a small town. Her husband is abusive. Her lover has become “born again” and left her. And to top it all off, the bar she owns with her husband, The Chicken Coop, is being picketed every night by the congregation of The Mt. Moriah Bible Church of Jessford, TX. She wants to abandon it all for the sake of finding her independence, identity, and living out her dreams of adventure. When Margie discovers a way out, she must decide upon comprising her moral integrity for the sake of freedom or taking advantage of a small window of opportunity even though it may mean being haunted by its ethical implications for the rest of her life. This comedic drama is an examination of a woman attempting to redefine her life against the staunch expectations of living in a small rural community.
Presented Sunday, February 25, 8 PM with a talk back after the show
and Saturday, February 24, 4 PM.
All Access Pass:
All Access Pass. Unlmited attendance to all 7 shows. $45. All sales final. Pass is picked up at the Box Office when you come see your first show.
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