The Interrobang Theatre Company
2019-2020 Season List
HERE WE ARE
By Jen Diamond
Directed by Sean McComas
November 8, 9 at 8PM, November 10 at 4PM (Opening/Free Fall weekend); November 13, 14, 15, 16 at 8PM, November 17 at 4PM (Closing weekend) at Fells Point Corner Theatre.
Here We Are is a new play, written by Baltimore playwright Jen Diamond, which is inspired by several key relationships in Ameila Earhart’s life and explores them through a contemporary, feminist lens. Here We Are imagines Annie, a world-famous female pilot, after her disappearance and death. In the underworld, and at odds with Death himself, Annie is forced to reevaluate her relationships with the men in her life and reclaim ownership of her story.
Here We Are is supported in part by Free Fall Baltimore. Free Free Fall Baltimore is presented by BGE, and is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
ONE NIGHT STAND: SLOPPY SECONDS
February 2019; Location TBA
Interrobang is back with their sex-positive variety show hosted by Interrobang co-founders Katie Hileman and Kiirstn Pagan. Last year's sold out, one-night only engagement featured performances by local female comedians, drag kings and queens, burlesque performers, fetish rope performers, and live music. Sloppy Seconds promises to be even bigger, better, and sexier!
I WILL EAT YOU ALIVE
Written and directed by Katie Hileman
March 2019; Location TBA
i will eat you alive is a multimedia, ensemble performance piece inspired by the true narratives of the fat female+ experience as spoken from the mouths of the fat female+ community. Looking specifically at how fat womxn are currently represented in TV/film/other media, and juxtaposing that with Katie's (and other's) realities of existing in a fat body, i will eat you alive hopes to explore fat liberation and representation away from American society’s diminishing lens of thinness. Watch us glorify obesity.
i will eat you alive is a co-production by Interrobang and Towson University's MFA Theatre Department (this is Katie's MFA Thesis Project).