Outcast Productions kicks off its 3rd season at the Players’ Ring with Emotion Without Name, an evening of original plays, music, and art on the theme of love and companionship in its many forms
Outcast Productions will present a showcase of theater and live music by various artists in Emotion Without Name at the Players’ Ring Theatre, located at 105 Marcy Street Portsmouth, NH. Show times are Fridays and Saturdays at 10 pm and Sundays at 9 pm. Tickets are $15 with discounts for students, seniors, and Players’ Ring members. To make your reservation visit playersring.org or call 603-436-8123.
Ten minutes to summarize a lifetime. That’s all that Michael and Andrea have, but in that time their entire relationship unfolds beautifully in “Speed Date” by David Susman.
After missing the bus in a strange city, Stacey offers Julian a place to stay for the night, but after an evening of passion, they quickly learn that neither of them is the person they seem to be, and that they’re both running from things in their life they’d rather forget. J.E. Nelson’s play “Get Hurt” examines why we are the way we are, and how we move through life carrying things that have hurt us in the past.
Lance seeks help with his dying relationship from the god of love, who (despite all the rumors) does not like being called Cupid and just wants to get on with his day of binge watching AMC. “Small Briefcase” by Jaimie Gaskell focuses on the fickleness of love, the mundane nature of godhood, and the omnipresence of paperwork.
All throughout the evening, we will have live original music from local musicians. Arrive early to see their full set!
This show is for mature audiences.
Since 2015, Outcast Productions has been focused on creating opportunities for local artists to shine, and giving new ones the chance to hone their craft in a professional setting. This show is the culmination of those values, as they are working with local talent across three artistic disciplines to create this showcase of theater, music, and visual art.