InterAct Theatre Company

Todays Date: 07/01/22
Last Update: 06/22/10 03:04:58 PM
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InterAct is a theatre for today’s world, producing new and contemporary plays that explore the social, political, and cultural issues of our time.

Founded in 1988, InterAct's aim is to educate, as well as entertain its audiences, by producing world-class, thought-provoking productions, and by using theatre as a tool to foster positive social change in the school, the workplace and the community. Through its artistic and educational programs, InterAct seeks to make a significant contribution to the cultural life of Philadelphia and to the American theatre.

InterAct strives to cultivate new voices for the theatre. The company believes in developing and producing important new plays that represent our time and place, and introducing new writers to local audiences.

InterAct strives to produce plays that explore issues of social, cultural and political relevance. InterAct uses the unique power and magic of the theatre to ask difficult questions about the world we live in, examining the forces that influence what we believe and why. InterAct dares to dramatize complex and controversial issues with artistic integrity and fairness.

InterAct strives to be socially responsible and actively involved in its community. Utilizing the interactive power of live performance and dramatic role-playing, InterAct seeks to cultivate tolerance and understanding, promote cultural diversity, and improve the human relations in its community.

Schedule of Upcoming Productions

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Production History

When We Go Upon The Sea  | Open: 06/10/10 Close: 07/03/10
Set in a posh hotel room in The Hague, Lee Blessing’s new play imagines former president George W. Bush on the eve of his trial for international war crimes. Tended to by an inscrutable Dutch butler and an alluring masseuse, the former President embarks on a night of drinking, joking and rumination.

When We Go Upon The Sea explores how we regard our leaders and exposes one of the world’s most intriguing conflicts: the battle between the elected leader of the free world and a democracy of millions. 

Performed by Conan McCarty, Peter Schmitz and Kim Carson.

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