A message from Relative Theatrics: “Season 8: A New Way Forward continues with TIGHT END by Rachel Bykowski, streaming virtually, on-demand from April 16 – May 2, 2021. Bykowski’s play powerfully illustrates the world of small town high school football and the sports’ complex’s influence
(Release) Season 8: A New Way Forward continues with THE CARE AND FEEDING OF SMALL ANIMALS by Brooke-Erin Smith, February 12-28, 2021, streaming virtually, on-demand. This hybrid theatre/film production is directed by Anne Mason, assistant directed by Isa Jackowich, and features Noelia Berkes and Peter
Relative Theatrics’ Season 8: A New Way Forward Continues With LONELINESS WAS A PANDEMIC, By Olivia Haller, November 6-22, Streaming Virtually
A message from Relative Theatrics: “Robots have finally advanced enough to realize they can do everything better than humans – except make art. The robots have done away with all humans except for a select few artists. When one human is tasked with teaching a
United Way and Relative Theatrics are co-sponsoring a virtual talent show fundraiser for local and statewide nonprofit organizations that will be publicly aired tonight (Friday, October 16th) at 5:30PM (MST). Eleven different local talent acts will represent eleven organizations, and audience members can vote for
Relative Theatrics kicks off Season 8: A NEW WAY FORWARD with the World Premiere of AND THE WIND HOWLS, by Leean Kim Torske.
The following is an unedited press release Laramie, August, 2020. Relative Theatrics kicks off their 8th Season: A NEW WAY FORWARD with a hybrid theatre/film production of AND THE WIND HOWLS by Leann Kim Torske, September 4th-13th, 2020, virtually. The development team for this contemporary
Relative Theatrics presents the Wyoming Premiere of REALLY by Jackie Sibblies Drury, a stylishly contemplative play about mourning, intimacy, and the conflict between goodness and greatness as seen through the lens of photography. The production runs January 30 & 31, February 1 & 2, and February 5, 6, 7, & 8, 2020 in the LPCC Gryphon Theatre