WHAT HAPPENED IN OHIO

Genre: Drama
Text and Direction Cara Scarmack

WHAT HAPPENED IN OHIO, an original work from writer and director Cara Scarmack and ensemble The Roadsters

 

Set in 1950's rural America, the play is a fierce telling of four siblings whose lives are caught dead in their tracks by a fatal automobile accident. Staged with wild imagination, the show is a gutsy meditation on loss and a look into how we pass things on. 

 

In WHAT HAPPENED IN OHIO, The Roadsters have created their world through the use of old-timey poetic text, a meticulous physical landscape, and joyously transcendent original music.  The intersecting of these elements creates an alive, immediate, and intimate performance experience.  The story is here and now, and way back then, too. 

 

 

   


About the Company: The Roadsters

The Roadsters are theatre practitioners Priscilla Holbrook, Ashley Nease, Cara Scarmack, 

Stephanie Viola, and Nathan Richard Wagner.  They convene on a regular basis to practice a bigger 

way of living and to deepen their understanding of humanity.  

 

   



Open:   05/05/11
Close:   05/22/11

Schedule:
Wednesday-Friday at 8:30pm
Saturday at 2:30pm and 8:30pm
Sunday at 5pm
Sunday.
Theater:   New York Theatre Workshop Fourth Street
Address:   83 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
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Cost:$18 - $20
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
Company: The Roadsters         Official Web Site: www.whathappenedinohio.net