HOPE YOU GET TO ELEVEN OR WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT SALLY?

Genre: Drama, Festival, Solo Performance
Written by Padraic Lillis, Directed by Scott Illingworth

This past fall Padraic Lillis was a guest artist at a university where a student that was charming, bright, witty, and warm, a person that no one could say a negative word about, committed suicide. It was a shock to everyone. 105 people die from suicide each day in the United States and the rate is rising. One reason is because we don't talk about it. This event inspired Padraic to create this play as an honest, intimate, slightly humorous sharing of his experiences in the hopes of opening up the conversation on the topic of suicide.


About the Company: The Farm Theater

The Farm Theater The name is inspired by the "farm" system of baseball whose role is to provide experience and training for developing players. The Farm Theater develops early career artists that may not have the support system afforded others, through workshops, productions, and mentoring. The centerpiece of our programming is the College Collaboration. This program in our first year developed a play that will be produced Off-Broadway in the fall of 2016, was published in Indie Theater Now, and the project was featured in an article on HowlRound. The Farm Theater since its inception has hosted Bullpen Sessions, which are free bi-monthly conversations between special guests and early career artists. Special Guests for the Bullpen Sessions have included Rajiv Joseph, Lucas Hnath, Anne Washburn, Paul Schnee, and Halley Feiffer. The Farm Theater also offers skill-building workshops throughout the year. The Farm Theater was inspired from Founding Artistic Director Padraic Lillis' twenty-five years of experience working directly with over 2,000 early career artists, developing multiple award winning new plays, and collaborating with artists working at the highest level in their field. www.thefarmtheater.org 

Open:   06/23/16
Close:   07/03/16

Schedule:
Performances will be on June 23 at 7:30pm, June 25 at 5pm, June 29 at 7:30pm, and July 3 at 4:30pm:
6/23/2016
6/25/2016
6/29/2016
7/3/2016
Theater:   The Paradise Factory
Address:   64 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
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Cost:$18
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ovation Tickets at 866-811-4111
Company: The Farm Theater         Official Web Site: www.thefarmtheater.org/