Summer Workshop Series
THE PLAYWRIGHT, by Katie Booze-Mooney, directed by Molly Clancy
LOVESICKNESS, by Dylan Waite, directed by Blayze Teicher
Spring Workshop Series
THE TELLING AND RETELLING OF LUCY AND OWEN, by Mackenzie McBride, directed by Molly Clancy
GUILT, by Kian Ross, directed by Ryan Baker
THE DEAD AND THE DYING, by Dylan Waite, directed by Ryan Baker
Season 2 | 2016
Typed Out presents the original works of four budding playwrights in two separate one-night-only events.
Workshop Series: Spring Edition
Sat May 28, 2016 @ 7pm
124 Bank Street Theater
In McBride's The Telling and Retelling of Lucy and Owen, directed by Molly Clancy, Owen and Lucy fall in love, break up, rewind and start all over again. They replay their relationship while desperately trying to evade their inevitable fate. In Ross' Guilt, directed by Ryan Baker, Chester is dead. That much is certain. He finds himself in a room with a demon in Hell. When he questions his placement, he finds himself on trial, but this Demon, Hell and trial are not what they seem. What ensues brings an examination of guilt: where it comes from, the validity of the emotion, and how it affects our lives.
Workshop Series: Summer Edition
Sat July 30, 2016 @ 7pm
124 Bank Street Theater
In Booze-Mooney's The Playwright, directed by Molly Clancy, Penelope finds it almost impossible to live up to her own standard after winning a Pulitzer at 22. Her boyfriend’s attempt to ignite her ambition brings the sweet Sophie into her life. While the two women battle with their own agendas, each discovers what it means to be a true artist, and be true to themselves. In Waite's Lovesickness, directed by Blayze Teicher, Becca is trying to make life work in San Francisco. While living with her ex-boyfriend, Jay, her other roommate, Bryan, decides to fall in love with her. It's enough to make anyone sick of love!
Season 1 | 2015
The Dead and the Dying by Dylan Waite
Fri Aug 28th, 2015 @ 8pm
Sat Aug 29th, 2015 @ 2pm & 8pm
The Bridge Theater
Typed Out announces its inaugural production, The Dead and the Dying, by Dylan Waite, directed by Ryan Baker. It’s all fun and games until someone gets evicted. This is the case for three roommates whose rent has gone unpaid during their inebriated mourning of a friend's suicide. Now Maggie, Joey, and Rachel have 24 hours to save the apartment, which becomes increasingly less likely in the hours of their impromptu eviction party. In this melancholy comedy, Waite explores themes of freedom and loss in an age where individual identity is everything.