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Spirits to Enforce

Date TIme Note
Friday, Sep. 20 8:00 PM Buy Tickets Opening Night
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A group of telefundraisers attempt to raise money for an upcoming production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, to be performed by local superhero team “The Fathom Town Enforcers.”

Things aren’t looking good at the phone bank. They haven’t raised a dime, rehearsals are a disaster, and they haven’t sold a single ticket. How far will they go to pull off this seemingly doomed-for-sure production? Why do they even want to?

And what do Shakespeare, superheroes, and fundraising have to do with each other? Well, you’ve obviously never seen a Mickle Maher play. Better get on that.

Spirits to Enforce creates a cacophonous symphony of language. A riotously funny, tender tale of memory, loss, and finding the way back home.


ABOUT MICKLE MAHER 

Mickle Maher’s plays have been produced Off-Broadway and throughout the world. Catastrophic has produced a whopping 8 productions of his plays, some of them once: last season’s It Is Magic, Song About Himself, The Hunchback Variations, There Is a Happiness That Morning Is, The Strangerer, Jim Lehrer and The Theater and Its Double and Jim Lehrer’s Double, and the world premieres of The Pine and Small Ball, commissioned and co-produced by Catastrophic and former Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey. Maher is a co-founder of Chicago’s Theater Oobleck and has taught playwriting and related subjects at The University of Chicago, Columbia College, and Northwestern University. His plays are published by Hope and Nonthings.

“Maher [is] one of the most original voices in American theater today.” – Houston Chronicle 


SEPTEMBER 20 - OCTOBER 12, 2024

RUNTIME:
1 hour 20 minutes with no intermission

TICKETS:
Always
Pay-What-You-Can

Each ticket is subject to a $3 fee at checkout.

This production is suitable for audiences 10 and older.


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GENERAL INFORMATION

*Online sales will end 30 minutes prior to the scheduled curtain time. At this time tickets may be purchased in-person at the box office.

The box office opens 2 hours prior to the performance time for WILL CALL and walkup sales..

No refunds or cancellations available after purchase.

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