Q Brothers Christmas Carol

A Musical by Q Brothers Collective

November 25th – December 23rd, 2022

“A wildly engaging hip-hop take on Dickens’ classic.” – Chicago Sun-Times

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Swimming While Drowning

Now Streaming until Dec. 1st

A story of love, poetry, and new beginnings.

September 29th – October 23rd, 2022

When teenager Angelo Mendez decides to leave his home out of fear of further disappointing his homophobic father, he encounters a world he was not prepared for at an LGBT homeless shelter in Los Angeles. There he meets a fellow homeless teen who gives him a voice and unexpectedly introduces him to love.  Set in the worlds of the homeless shelter and the poetry lounge, SWIMMING WHILE DROWNING paints a world that is simultaneously sweet and funny, heartbreaking and real. More info…

Enjoy a prerecorded performance of the play at home, available now until December 1st.

Show 6 Revealed..

Photo by Truman Buffett

HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH

That’s right, Hedwig is back! Expect more glitter, more glamour, more glory.

It’s been five years since Nicholas Japaul Bernard created his iconic portrayal of one of musical theater’s most memorable roles. Our original production of this world-wide phenomenon was one of our most talked about ever, and we think that 2023 is the perfect year to revisit it. We hope you’ll join us for HEDWIG’s return and the rest of our incredible lineup this year!

Opening June 29th, 2023.

ALMA: In Dialogue with Ben & Franco

May 5th, 2022

Join us for a discussion about our newest production, ALMA, with the playwright Benjamin Benne and the director Sophie Franco. In this first section, Ben explains the history of this play’s ties to the Pacific Northwest, and Franco introduces us to the world of Alma and Angel. In the second section, Ben explains the personal…

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