In the last decade of the twentieth century, a beautiful young woman in 19th century clothes is found floating on an iceberg in the middle of the north Atlantic. When rescued, she says only one word: Titanic. Winner of the 5th annual Lois and Richard Rosenthal's New Play Prize, Scotland Road wraps a suspenseful package of intrigue and psychodrama.
This Gothic psychological thriller is not to be missed!
Josephine Hogan in Vivien
Eileen Dugan and Pamela Rose Mangus in Snake in the Grass
Kelly Meg Brennan in The Unfortunates
Red Thread Theatre would like to thank Patricia Ryan-Dudek and Edward S. Dudek for their generous support!
RED THREAD THEATRE
Red Thread Theatre is happy to announce that we are recipients of a 2018 NYSCA DEC grant with additional funding from the Cullen Foundation for
THE OPIATE PROJECT An ongoing theatre project based on interviews with those affected by the opioid crisis in the Western New York community
A CONVERSATION WITH OXYCONTIN
By Eileen Dugan
Oxycontin appears on a popular talk show to challenge his reputation as a public crisis. Doctors, family members, recovering addicts, and others call in, offer information, or seek help. The panel is joined by Stigma, Oxycontin is confronted by new drugs that offer promise to addicts, and the Interviewer struggles to keep things under control. This new play examines the Opioid epidemic with humor, humanity, and hope.
The production will premiere at the Buffalo and Erie County Library auditorium downstairs on March 7th at 6:00pm and 9th 2019 at 2:00pm, and as part of our outreach program, tour to schools and community centers throughout Western New York. If your school or community center would like to be included in our touring schedule, please complete the form below for details and information.
THE OPIATE PROJECT is funded by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; administered by Arts Services Initiative of Western New York .
Additional funding for this program generously provided by the Cullen Foundation