This year's Tremors Festival showcases four artists whose work you've seen on the PT stage. Eleanor Felton directs Better Angels; she apprenticed at PT in our 2014/15 season (A.D. Rainmaker, Dir ???), and directed A Good Mother on our Mainstage this season. Bull features a couple PT artists on the design side of things; costumer Kaitlin Williams apprenticed at PT in 2009/10, and has appeared many times as an actress (Godspell, Doubt, The Foreigner, It's A Wonderful Life, Smoke On The Mountain); sound design by Ryan Scramstad, who apprenticed in 2013/14 and played Froggy in The Foreigner and Jimmy in The Rainmaker. Laura McLean has stage managed a number of PT shows, starting with Godspell: she takes the director's chair for Dry Land, with Chris Lam in the cast (100 Saints You Should Know, It's A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol On The Air).
no shows mon aug 15
two performances of each show per evening | details below
Better Angels: A Parable by Andrea Scott
Akosua moves from Ghana to Canada for a better life and finds a special kind of hell tailored just for her. Think slavery is over? Think again, as liars get caught in their own webs.
Directed by Eleanor Felton
Two shows nightly | 7:15 / 9
Matinees Sun Aug 14 & Wed Aug 17 | 1:15
Bull by Mike Bartlett
Audiences get ringside seats as three coworkers fight to keep their jobs. Brutal and hard-hitting, Bull is an unflinching look at a toxic corporate culture from which no one escapes unscathed.
Costume Design by Kaitlin Williams
Sound Design by Ryan Scramstad
Two shows nightly | 7:30 / 9:30
Matinees Sun Aug 14 & Wed Aug 17 | 1:30
Dry Land by Ruby Rae Spiegel
Ester is a swimmer trying to stay afloat. Amy is curled up on the locker room floor. Dry Land dives into the lives of two teen girls and explores what happens in one high school locker room after everybody’s left.
Directed by Laura McLean
Featuring Chris Lam
Two shows nightly | 7 / 9:15pm
Matinees Sun Aug 14 & Wed Aug 17 | 1pm