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The Black Box Fire Emerging Artists Series is a new opportunity for the Hamilton Arts Community to showcase their creative efforts. One of our central principles is to foster cooperative development among artists in our community In that spirit, we are very excited to work in collaboration with other groups to produce this series each summer.

WEEK ONE – June 21-23, 2012

BRIDEZILLA VS. THE APOCALYPSE

Written by: Aaron Middlemiss
Directed by: Steff Bishop-Lampman

“Come Hell, or high water, this wedding is going to happen!”

PERFORMANCES
Thursday June 21 @ 7:30pm
Friday June 22 @ 7:30pm
Saturday June 23 @ 2pm
Saturday June 23 @ 7:30pm

SYNOPSIS:
When the end of the world comes at the hands of the walking dead, who are you going to call? No! Not those guys! You call the Replacement Wedding Planner!
When Olivia gets a call from her boss, Ivan, to take charge of a wedding at the last minute, little does she realize that she will not just have to put up with the shennanigans of the worst bride to be in history, she’ll also have to contend with a horde of zombies, hell bent on ruining her very first wedding! And, did we mention Olivia slept with the groom? Oh yeah, she’s got to juggle that too. And did we mention the zombies? Yeah, we did! Come hell or high water, zombies or over bearing parents and drunken best-men, Olivia’s going to have to call upon all her ass-kickery, haute couture skills to make sure this wedding goes off without a hitch!

TICKET INFORMATION
SINGLE TICKETS— $10/person (CASH ONLY)
SERIES PASS—- $25/person (Great value to see all THREE shows in the EAS!)

RESERVATIONS (Highly Recommended)
EMAIL: easreservations@gmail.com

 

WEEK TWO – June 28-30, 2012

FAST FOOD LOVE: THE MUSICAL

Written and Directed by: Carly Popenko
Music by: Mercedes Moffatt
Lyrics by: Carly Popenko

PERFORMANCES
Thursday June 28 @ 7:30pm
Friday June 29 @ 7:30pm
NO MATINEE
Saturday June 30 @ 7:30pm

SYNOPSIS:
The plot centers around Steve, the videogame-obsessed manager of the fast food restaurant, Chicken’s Hit Wings. Upon receiving news that his star employee, Chuck, has decided to quit without notice, Steve is forced to hire Candice, an attractive combo-savvy customer, on the spot to fill his place. When Steve thinks that he finally has everything under control, he learns that head office will be shutting down his Chicken’s Hit Wings location in order to build a more profitable fast food chicken establishment (JFC) down the road. Throughout the summer, Steve tries to keep the restaurant afloat, but will Chicken’s Hit Wings survive the wrath of corporate greed and domination?

TICKET INFORMATION
SINGLE TICKETS— $10/person (CASH ONLY)
SERIES PASS—- $25/person (Great value to see all THREE shows in the EAS!)

RESERVATIONS (Highly Recommended)
EMAIL: easreservations@gmail.com

Week Three – July 5-7, 2012

WASP’S NEST
Written & Directed by Michael Kras

Please Be Advised: This production contains strong coarse language. Not recommended for anyone 14 years old and under.

PERFORMANCES
Thursday July 5 @ 7:30pm
Friday July 6 @ 7:30pm
Saturday July 7 @ 2pm
Saturday July 7 @ 7:30pm

SYNOPSIS:
This darkly funny crime drama, in the vein of storytellers like Tarantino and Mamet, tells the story of liars and losers in the fight to win. When Wade Morrison steals from a covert group, members in the group take action in a life-or-death battle to the end. If they fail, they lose all reason to exist.

TICKET INFORMATION

SINGLE TICKETS— $10/person (CASH ONLY)
SERIES PASS—- $25/person (Great value to see all THREE shows in the EAS!)

RESERVATIONS (Highly Recommended)
EMAIL: easreservations@gmail.com

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