Nick Hart will take over The Neo-Futurist Theater, refuse to leave, and obstruct all production in the theater until the audience, actors and management work with him to recreate the Battle of the Alamo in its entirety, leading to its sad and bloody conclusion.

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The Infinite Wrench: 30 Queer Plays in 60 Straight Minutes is back, 6/21-6/24! This Pride-centric version of TIW slays gender roles, celebrates deviance, and donates 100% of Thursday’s proceeds to Brave Space Alliance, an incredible organization that we love and admire. TICKETS: https://neofuturists.org/events/30-queer-plays/ LEARN MORE ABOUT BSA: https://www.bravespacealliance.org/

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Empty Threats

$10-$25

June 7 - July 21

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Extended to July 21 - Lily Mooney's premiere Prime Time work, Empty Threats, springs off Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and David Mamet's Oleanna to create a new, darkly comic show.

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The Infinite Wrench

Walkup $10-$15 (cash only), Online $20 with a roll-back refund

Fridays & Saturdays at 11:30pm / Sundays at 7pm

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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, terrifying, or a song; all are truthful and tackle the here-and-now, inspired by the lived experiences of the performers. With new plays every week. THE INFINITE WRENCH is The Neo-Futurists’ ongoing and ever-changing attempt to shift the conventions of live performance and speak to those unreached or unmoved by traditional theater.

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We're going to write, perform and direct 30 new plays in 24 hours, and we need your help. Click here and find out how.

A Story Told in Seven Fights

$10-$25

March 1, 2018 – April 7, 2018

A Story Told in Seven Fights finds Creator and Neo-Futurists Ensemble Member Trevor Dawkins leading a group of stage combatants smashing their way through the true stories of fistfights and theater riots that erupted within the Dadaist and Surrealist movements at the turn of the 20th century. This will be Dawkins’ second Prime Time production (the Neo’s non-late night and long form theatrical programming) and the Neo-Futurist debut for former Oracle Productions’ Tony Santiago.

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Nick Hart will take over The Neo-Futurist Theater, refuse to leave, and obstruct all production in the theater until the audience, actors and management work with him to recreate the Battle of the Alamo in its entirety, leading to its sad and bloody conclusion.

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60 Songs in 60 Minutes

$10-$15

December 14 – 16, 2017

A small ensemble of musicians and artists creates a collage of sound and noise, using anything they can find to write and perform 60 original songs in 60 minutes. This is The Neo-Futurists’ latest experiment in new modes of extreme performance, created and performed by ensemble member Nick Hart and Andrew Tham. Featuring music from Nick Hart, Emma Hospelhorn, Andrew Tham, and Gwen Tulin.

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Tangles & Plaques

$10 - $25

October 12, 2017 – November 18, 2017

Neo-Lab’s 2016-17 commission, 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 performance. Ensemble Member Kirsten Riiber, Director Jen Ellison and Memory Care Director Alex Schwaninger conduct a symphony of impossible tasks and egregious forgery with the help of the audience and a cast including Riiber, Kaitlyn Andrews, Ida Cuttler, Justin Deming, Mike Hamilton, Nick Hart and Dan Kerr-Hobert. The ensemble interrogates the life and death of memories— how they persist, when they depart and the ways they distort over time.

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We're back with our annual PrideWeekend benefit: 30 Queer Plays in 60 Straight Minutes, a special edition of The Infinite Wrench that corrals the queerest plays into one show that slays gender roles, celebrates deviance. This year all proceeds to benefit YEPP ( Youth Empowerment Performance Project).

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