Questionable Theatrics:  The Fourth Theatric

Questionable Theatrics: The Fourth Theatric

Mon ยท February 18, 2019

7:30 pm


This event is 21 and over

Questionable Theatrics: The Fourth Theatric
Questionable Theatrics:  The Fourth Theatric
Oh my goodness me! The third Monday of the month is comin', y'all, and you know what that means. We're going to read some plays! And you can watch them, for FREE! Last month, we read five plays which Seth Palmer Harris thought was a really good idea but it turned out was A LOT OF PLAYS, so this month we return to our standard three; two littles and a big.

To recap what's been going on at QT if you haven't yet had the chance:
In the First Theatric, Johnathan Underwood died.
In the Second Theatric, Bernadette Sefic performed CPR on a puppet that looked like Matthew Schultz. Unsuccessfully.
In the Third Theatric, Kelly Uhlenhopp made love to the floor. Successfully.
What will happen in the Fourth Theatric? WHO KNOWS?! I DON'T EVEN KNOW.

As ever, the aforementioned "Seth" (if that is his real name [he is writing this and does want to assure everyone that it is]) will be directing a bunch of HOOLIGANS that call themselves actors. Rebecca Gorman O'Neill, who puts up with Seth's absurdity way too well, curated the whole thing (very well). Chad Brown produced it while also being LITERALLY the kindest person IN THE WORLD.

House (short), by Erica Lee Johnson
Two Thumbs Up (full length), by Colette Mazunik
Tears of a Clown (short), by Melissa Leach (also short)

Leiney Rigg, as per usual


Questionable Theatrics' mission is to present new, unproduced plays by Colorado playwrights, providing some of the state's most talented actors to give voice to their words. By presenting these works to an audience of both peers and strangers, we provide the playwright with important insights for the development of their work and create connections with local producers, directors, and artistic directors in the hopes they'll take the "un-" off the unproduced.


The Buzzard is the coolest venue you don't yet know. Located underneath Oskar Blues on Market Street, it features a unique atmosphere, spiffy bathrooms, and a full bar featuring all of Oskar Blues' finest (along with a full menu of excellent eats). Regularly housing music and comedy, The Buzzard has graciously provided their space to us, a part of their commitment to the development of the arts in our community.
Venue Information:
The Black Buzzard at Oskar Blues Grill & Brew
1624 Market St
Denver, CO, 80202