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Inkies Summer Repertory at the Studio@620

Three plays, Three Weekends, One group of talented young people

Ham: A Love Story

Directed by Samuel French

August 5 @ 8 PM, August 13 @ 2 PM, and August 21 @ 7 PM

Devised by the cast, Ham: A Love Story combines realism with fantasy to take a magical look at the Space Race between America and the Soviet Union. The show tells parallel love stories between an American and a Soviet scientist and between two of the first monkeys in space. Ham: A Love Story celebrates the idea that, despite all of the arguments and wars, we are all human.

Vesuvius by Michael Piel

Directed by William Joseph Stribling

August 6 @ 2 PM, August 14 @ 7 PM, August 19 @ 8 PM

Nick is a college senior on the eve of his graduation: cocky, unskilled, and terrified. He looks for comfort from any one of his three and a half girlfriends, but instead accidentally and inevitably brings them together in this hilarious and dramatic look at modern relationships. 

 

This is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan

Directed by Jacob Stewart

August 7 @ 7 PM, August 12 @ 8 PM, August 20 @ 8 PM

Fifteen thousand dollars, some marijuana, and the prospect of new love brings three teenagers together for a shocking and beautiful portrait of American youth. This funny and truthful play about the transition to adulthood is bound to capture its audience and bring them closer to the very real world that comes before “the real world.”


General Admission $15

Student or Senior Admission $10

Three Show Pass $30

For more information or to make a donation, visit www.indiegogo.com/inkies

The Cast

Vesuvius

Assistant Director Anthony Gervais

Stage Managers Mina Asayesh-Brown & George Kielty

Cast:
Tabitha Perez
Jacob Stewart
Bekka Walker
Kyla Walker
Britta Whittenberg

This is Our Youth

Cast:
Sam French
Amelia Johns
William J. Stribling

Ham: A Love Story
Assistant Director Mina Asayesh-Brown

Stage Manager Hannah Mribiha


Cast:

Audrey Gladson

Mario Wolfe

Bekka Walker

Molly Jacobson

Will Linton

Dagny Sanson

Tabitha Perez

 

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