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 (at least)!
A special performance benefiting the neo-futurists // aug 12th @ 7pm // one-night-only
Tune into the LIVE. STREAM. to see the riveting act of writing forever. (stream begins at 7:00pm)
Through the generous donations of first 200 funders through our Can’t Stop//Won’t Stop campaign, we’re able to lower the ticket price of this event from
$150 to $45! For tickets click here.
Thank you to those that have donated! And if you still need to chip in, buy your ticket now to this one-night-only event, and celebrate with us when we reach our goal of $24,000. We’re counting on you!
This Sunday, Aug 12 at 7:00PM, we achieve the impossible. The Neos are going to bunker down on Saturday night, and work and werk and werq all the way til Sunday, to premiere 30 new plays and a special, impactful fundraising wrench. Make your donation and get your ticket below.
In addition to TIW24, a line-up of opening acts from friendly guest artists will be filling the space, starting at 3:00PM Sunday. Those opening acts are ALL FREE, and include complimentary drinks (provided by Metropolitan Brewing & CH Distillery) and light eats. Check out the line-up by clicking the tab to the left, or go to the Facebook page.
The Infinite Wrench; Made In 24 Hours / Aug 12 @ 7:00pm / Opening acts, with beer, cocktails and refreshments @ 3:00PM-6:30PM. /
Tickets to the 7:00 main event are $45, and all proceeds benefit our Can’t Stop//Won’t Stop campaign efforts. (opening acts are free of charge, donations encouraged.)
These Neos will dare to create and perform 30 plays in 24 hours…
Kurt, Leah, Dan, Nick, Joanna, Jasmine, Trent, Neil, Connor, and Neo-Alums John Pierson and Ryan Walters!
Opening act guest artists, hosted by Jorge Silva!
3:00PM — Micheal Angelo Smith, Brady Van Patten, J Van Ort, Ida Cuttler
4:15PM — Audrey Polinski, Carly Wicks, Ethan Parcell, Alex Hovi, Emma Alamo, Gabriel Chalfin Piney & Shay Bares
5:30PM — Sarah Price, Josh Watkins, Rolo Rodriguez, David Seeber (Otto Rollo) & Karly Bergmann, Phoebe Perry, Daniel Mozurkewich
YIKES! WE’RE TURNING 30!
The Neo-Futurists and The Infinite Wrench have spent the past two years redefining our artistic landscape and building foundations to remain organizationally sound. And now with the support of YOU, the lively, full, and charged audience, we’re confident about moving forward. So get ready, folks. It’s time to raise the barn, if that barn was a fundraiser, and that fundraiser was called Can’t Stop//Won’t Stop: 24 Hours at The Neo-Futurists.
The Neo-Futurists are turning 30 at the end of this year. We’re facing ourselves in the mirror, obsessing over the grey hairs and the worry lines, wondering where all that time went. What have we been doing with ourselves? Should we have been better, bolder? Why haven’t we been putting more in savings all this time?*
*((For the record, we are a fiscally responsible, not-for-profit organization. Don’t worry; we have savings)).
Our point is this: at 30 years old, The Neo-Futurists are not settling, not rolling over. We’re not even buying a motorcycle to prove something. We’re moving forward, dedicated to showing up every week to share a unique type of theater that is true to you, relevant to your world, and vital to your livelihood. The Neos have written close to 10,300 two-minute plays, and that number keeps growing, thanks to our ongoing, ever-changing playmaking mechanism, The Infinite Wrench, a show that (quite literally) can’t happen without you.
In addition to the “made-in-24-hours” Infinite Wrench, we are asking groups and individuals from our theater & performance community to make short works, starting Sunday afternoon, pushing us to the main event, inspiring us to make, work, and celebrate.
Just like our shows, we can’t do this without you in the audience. We’re so grateful you’re here to support our community of writing-marathon-running, non-profit-experimental-theater-loving fundraisers.
Our annual fundraiser/playwriting feat begins now. Go!