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.

To bring us to your theater, school, or event, contact booking@neofuturists,org or complete this form

 

 

 

Tangles and Plaques 

@ Theater on the Lake

August 13- 16

Created by Kirsten Riiber

Directed by Jen Ellison 

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 and Director Jen Ellison 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.

Neo-Lab is an original works residency originally launched in 2015 by the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

For more information and to reserve tickets please visit:
https://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/events/tangles-and-plaques-theater-lake

The Neo-Futurists’ have performed at festivals and conventions all over the world.

Highlights include performances at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company (Washington, DC), Midwest FurFest (Chicago, IL), Dad’s Garage (Atlanta, GA), and The Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Edinburgh, Scotland).

We also visit high schools and universities across the country including Lake Forest High School (Chicago, IL), Lee High School (Huntsville, AL), The American Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD), and many more.

Plus, you can catch Neo-Futurism 50 weeks of the year at our Sister Ensembles, too: The New York Neo-Futurists and The San Francisco Neo-Futurists.