June 29-July 15
By William Shakespeare
Produced by OPERA HOUSE ARTS
Stripped of his title and exiled to a fantastical island, Prospero unleashes a churning storm to shipwreck the traitorous brother who stole his dukedom. But bitter revenge is upended by newfound love in this sublime masterpiece that proves we are all "such stuff as dreams are made on."
Created by Maggie Moore and Julia SEars
Written by the women in combat theatre project
A ‘BULLET CATCHER’ IS ARMY SLANG FOR AN INFANTRYMAN...
They live and die on the frontlines and carry this nickname like a badge of honor. It’s a sacrifice that few are willing to make. The honorable men who volunteer for this service don’t take it lightly. Neither do the women.
Set in the not too distant future, Bullet Catchers follows the first official mixed gender infantry unit in the U.S. Army, from training to deployment. In the throes of war, they must face what it means to be a soldier, a unit, and a part of history.
Told in part through dance, music, and poetry, Bullet Catchers is a new, collaboratively written play based on interviews with current service members and veterans, as well as members of our own ensemble.