April 30: A Farewell to 1418
Party, Fundraiser & Wake
Join us Saturday, April 30 at 7pm as we raise a glass and celebrate the impending end of our fourteen-year run on Cornwall Ave before we move to our new home.
The evening will feature live jazz from Julian and Bill MacDonough, special performances from upcoming shows and from days of old, delicious food by Shu-Ling Hergenhahn-Zhao, and words of farewell and toasts to the future.RSVP and get your ticket now – admission is $50 to benefit our upcoming move. Black-walled room, we shall miss you.
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May 6 & 7: 48-Hour Theater Festival #45
PAGE TO STAGE IN 24 HOURS… TWICE
iDiOM proudly presents the final 48 in our soon-to-be-former home, before we move this summer to Sylvia Center for the Arts.
Over the last fourteen years, iDiOM has brought over 500 freshly-written short plays to the stage in our signature 48-Hour Theater Festivals. Join us for the final go-around in our old home!
May 12–14: Sketchopedia, Vols A to D
Krissa Woiwod’s whimsical and hilarious comedically educational encyclopedia continues with its fourth installment, featuring a four-piece live band, puppets, dancing, masks, and packed with catchy songs.
One Weekend Only:
Thu, May 12 @ 7:30p
Fri, May 13 @ 7:30p & 9:30p
Sat, May 14 @ 7:30p & 9:30p
May 19–June 4: Come With Me If You Want to Live
IT’S MAN VS MACHINE… VS DRUM MACHINE
A theatrical concert inspired by the finest cinematic achievement of the year 1984, written by Kimberly Ross and Brendan LaBotz. From 30 years in the past and 10 years in the future, comes the story of a soldier, a robot, a woman and her unborn child. You saw it on the screen, now see it on stage, set to music. With dancing. And rollerskates.
Thu/Fri/Sat, May 19–21
Thu/Fri/Sat, May 26–28
Thu/Fri/Sat, Jun 2–4
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