by Morag Shepherd

November 3-13, 2022
Th & F @ 8
Sat @ 4 & 8
Sun @ 2

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Siblings Skye (Sydney Shoell) and Callum (Benjamin Young) love each other, hate each other, and need each other.

Oh, and they can fly.

A horror comedy that follows a bizarre, broken, and blisteringly brazen journey in reverse.


Playwright Morag Shepherd has previously premiered NOT ONE DROP, “Mother Earth” and “The March” from (in)divisible, and FLORA MEETS A BEE with Plan-B. You may have also seen her plays about DO YOU WANT TO SEE ME NAKED, A BRIEF WALTZ IN A LITTLE ROOM, and CHERRY WINE IN PAPER CUPS about town.

Designed by Emma Belnap (lighting), Victoria Bird (costumes), Janice Chan (scenic), and Cheryl Ann Cluff (sound), Aaron Swenson (show art). Intimacy direction by Liz Whittaker. Stage managed by Grey Rung (also scenic builder and electrician). Directed by Cheryl Ann Cluff.


Give the funkiness of our space and the ever-changing pandemic:
- proof of vaccination is no longer required, based on the science that masking is the most effective protection in public gatherings.
- well-fitting, KN95 or N95 masks are required (available at no cost at the door).
- this production is seating at reduced capacity.

ASL-Interpreted Performance/Post-Show Discussion: Saturday, November 5, 4pm

Sensory Friendly Performance: Saturday, November 12, at 4pm


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