The Infinite Wrench

With new plays every week,THE INFINITE WRENCH is The Neo-Futurists’ ongoing and ever-changing attempt to shift the conventions of live theatre.

50 weekends of the year
Friday/Saturday at 11:30pm
Sunday at 7:00pm

Tickets $10–15

 

 

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The Infinite Wrench

THE INFINITE WRENCH is a mechanism that unleashes a barrage of two-minute plays for a live audience. Each play offers something different, be it funny, profound, elegant, disgusting, topical, irreverent, ...

Tangles & Plaques

Tangles & Plaques attempts to demystify the experience of dementia in the language of theatre, offering a vivid, poignant, participatory experience that is unique to each audience and different every ...

Object Theater & the Power of the Inanimate

Mondays, 7pm-10pm; September 24th – October 29th $200 tuition for 6-week workshop John Pierson and Dan Kerr-Hobert will introduce you to concepts of puppetry in connection with the Neo-Futurist style. ...

Scholarships for Artists of Color

The mission of this scholarship is to welcome artists of color into our community by providing the resources to take a class with The Neo-Futurists free of charge. See what classes ...

Lit Crawl Chicago 2018

The Neo-Futurists are proud to produce this year’s annual Lit Crawl Chicago 2018, co-curated by Jessica Anne (Neo-Futurist Alum), Gwynn Fulcher (Artistic Associate), and Lindsay Muscato (Write Club, Neo-Futurist affiliate)! ...

Writing & Performing the Two Minute Play with Lily & Trent

In this introductory class, students explore core Neo-Futurist tenets of honesty, brevity, chance and audience interaction in order to create short plays in our unique, non-illusory aesthetic.

The 45th Presidential Portrait

Call for submissions: The 45th Presidential Portrait Goes into the Hall of Presidents   We’ve got Nixon! We’ve got Bush! We’ve got Obama! Now, The Neo-Futurists need YOU to create ...

Infinite Wrench: Made in 24 Hours

The Infinite Wrench: made in 24 hours has come and gone. But you can still donate to our Crowdrise campaign, and help us keep making art for another 30 years ...