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The Miscellany

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Six directors. Six chapters. One Ensemble. An on-demand virtual production by The Passage Theatre.

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THE MISCELLANY

A triangle, an etching from 1891, and...spoons? Comprising six chapters helmed by different directors and devised by one ensemble, THE MISCELLANY is a virtual anthology wherein disparate parts come together to create something whole. Each chapter will work within the same limitations and be inspired by the same set of objects (read: spoons). While the six pieces may stand on their own, they will ultimately coalesce into one 90-minute collage greater than the sum of its parts.

Pay-What-You-Can and standard ticket options available!

Directed by Clare Brennan, Karissa Murrell Myers, DeMone Seraphin, Priyanka Shetty, Daniel Washelesky*, and Sydney Watt.

Devised by the Ensemble: Grace Bolander*, Maggie Cain, Yuchi Chiu, Sarah Lo*, Jasmine Manuel*, Tulsi McDaniels, Leah Taylor, and Lexy Hope Weixel.

​AVAILABLE ONLINE: July 1-August 15, 2021.

With any ticket, you will be able to watch (and re-watch) on-demand until the production closes.

Runs 90 minutes. Recommended ages 12 and up.

Videography by Evelyn Landow*. Graphic Design by Jacob Goodman. Sound Design by Jake Sorgen. Lighting Design by Charles Blunt*.

*Denotes The Passage Theatre Company Member.


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With our artists, our audiences, and the stories we tell, The Passage Theatre seeks to create art that looks into the void with hope instead of dread. Our work is driven by curiosity and the conviction that whimsy and humor are powerful ways to explore the universe.

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