Aliasing Stardust

Last Saturday, a show called Aliasing Stardust took place at the Firehouse Theatre. It was about an hour long performance with three actresses and one actor. The set design was exquisite. At about ten feet high and fifteen feet long, a white, whimsical looking sculptor, made of loosely hanging threads that resembled bead curtains stood strikingly on […]

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UBU ’84

UBU ’84 was an original play that took place at the Firehouse Theatre. As a mash up between George Orwell’s 1984 and Alfred Jerry’s Ubu Roi, the play wove between two realities that couldn’t have been more different. It included very experimental characters that screamed profanity over the crowd and danced with vulgar movements to songs that, at times, […]

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