The Dysfunctional Collective turns Nolan Park House 8B into a grab box of art, theater, music and dance. Stop by any weekend to hear a song, write a poem, see a play, learn to dance, solve a mystery, to make something new or just come and explore the house with us. For details on specific programming for each week, visit www.dysfunctionaltheatre.org or stop by the house and pick up a program guide for more information.
The Miss Jane Periwinkle Mysteries: August 18th and 19th
When Miss Jane Periwinkle is invited to a party, you can be sure there is a MURDERER close at hand! The nosy mystery writer returns to Nolan Park this summer with an all new adventure. Join us in a simpler time of flappers, prohibition … and murder! Be a guest at the party and see if you can solve the case before Jane!
Death Star Disco: September
Presented by artists Naima White and Hannah Suzanna
On the edge of/a cure: September 15, 16, 22 and 23 (open readings and workshops)
Julia Lee Barclay-Morton’s newest stage text, On the edge of/a cure, is inspired by the #metoo movement, which has given rise to a world in which silenced voices can now be heard. On the edge of asks how can we speak the unspeakable? Especially that which manifest as body memories – maybe a snapshot or two – too real to ignore but resisting coherent narrative? Who will believe you? If no one believes you, how can you believe you? If you can be heard, will you find a way to speak? A way to heal?
|Saturday||12:00 pm — 5:00 pm|
|Sunday||12:00 pm — 5:00 pm|