The Infinite Wrench

With new plays every week, TIW is The Neo-Futurists’ ongoing and ever-changing attempt to shift the conventions of live theatre. This week: 7 world premieres and three tiny epilogues.

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

THE NEO-FUTURISTS // CHICAGO, IL

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Remembering Dementia

An exclusive workshop from the team of Tangles & Plaques, this is an opportunity for anyone to learn more about dementia, explore their personal relationship to memory, and gain practical ...

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, ...

Donate

It’s our 30th year — why stop there? This year The Neo-Futurists turned 30 years old, and in that time we’ve demonstrated an ability to foster meaningful change with our ...

Booking

We enjoy performing The Infinite Wrench and teaching workshops outside of our home space. We have flexible options for any budget and can adapt our show to almost any space. ...

Get Involved

Our intrepid corps of volunteers cover a variety of small but vital tasks to ensure that we make the best weekly show possible. In exchange for that night’s work, they ...

Mitchell Chapman

Mitchell is a theatre-maker in Chicago. He likes to take pictures, take things apart, and take naps. Teching with the Neos since the summer of ’17, he’s been the booth ...

Joanna Jamerson

Ensemble Member (2017–NOW) / Writer of many plays, including “dedicated to the cement man on lsd on lsd,” “my trip to australia, but with a better ending,” and “ef for ...

Neil Bhandari

Ensemble Member (2017-NOW) / Writer of many plays, including “superbluebloodmoon,” “A Tender Ballad for the highly Cultured Lovers of Fine Art in the House Tonight,” and “The President’s Actual Butt.”

Connor Shioshita Pickett

Ensemble Member (2017-NOW) / Writer of many plays, including “four noble truths, two-sided ladder, no-fold path: a neo-futurist zen buddist performance studies fable” and “The humble beginnings of organized religion!”

Leah Urzendowski

Ensemble Member (2011-NOW) / Writer of many plays, including “COLORJAM,” “This play is already happening,” and “Once Upon A Burlington Coat Factory Dressing Room Circa Seventh Grade 1994.”

Kurt Chiang

Ensemble Member (2008-NOW) and Artistic Director / Writer of many plays, including “Kool-Aid Man vs. Brick Wall (role reversal),””Variations from We, Your Grateful Hosts: The Musical!,” and “Radical Imagination.”  Co-Artistic ...