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The Package Play

Created and Performed by Katie Farmin


Package Play is ready for delivery on July 10th, 2020

A social distance performance about loneliness.

How can we be alone together?

You receive a package.

Put your headphones on.

Open it.

Take out the objects.

Look at them.

Listen.

Maybe you will surprise yourself.

Alone and together, we journey.

Click here to make your reservations. 

Once you make your reservation, you will receive an email with information.

Once your Package Play arrives in the mail., open it and take the journey.

Theatre happens everywhere, every day. How about in your home?

We'll ship anywhere in the world! Sign up today!

Tickets are a $5 suggested donation.

Associate Producer and Digital Management by Bridget Dunne

Audio Editing by Aaron Hendren


SOUND

written and directed by Erik Ehn and performed by Tricklock Company and Duke City Rep


A new play about the precarity of the refugee and the revolutionary hopefulness of intentional communities. Our production is a collaboration with the Wilbury Theatre Group in Providence, Rhode Island and will take the form of a silent film, live voiced/scored as part of the providence fringe festival, July 2020.

Founded in 2014 by The Wilbury Theatre Group, The Providence Fringe Festival®, a.k.a FRINGEPVD, is produced to nurture emerging and established performing artists by presenting fun, fearless and affordable theater to the community.

CHECK OUT THE FESTIVAL HERE


Tricklock Company Presents:

The Global Corridor


Have you checked out our new podcast The Global Corridor? The Global Corridor is the podcast where we talk to artists from around the world about all sorts of fascinating things. So, let's dispel the stigma around "the stranger" and connect with our global community around our humanity. Catch up now with past episodes featuring artists from Uganda, Poland, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Australia, Haiti and our special episode The Local Corridor, featuring some fantastic local artists.

If you are sad about Revolutions being postponed (we are too!), subscribe to our new podcast and listen to us chat with artists around the world! We’re focused heavily on how COVID-19 is impacting their communities but we also explore topics such as art, politics, food, and more!

Click to listen!