Co-Directors: Rusty Tennant & William Stevens
Playwright: Ajai Tripathi
Stage Manager: Luc Allison
Lighting Design: Sophina Flores
Ajai Tipathi as Sandeep
Patrick Hilton as Bert
A follow-up to Tripathi’s Great White Gets Off, this stand alone play follows Bert and Sandeep in the next part of their journey, discovering whether love across cultures can really last.
Hoping to bring their relationship to the next phase, Bert proposes to Sandeep with his mother’s Claddagh ring on their romantic trip to the Ireland. But as they take their odyssey through Dublin, role playing as their favorite revolutionaries from India and Ireland, the specter of war, empire and occupation threatens their identities in ways that become harder and harder to reconcile. Bert and Sandeep must attempt to stand on solid ground together, wondering if they can ever have a future with one foot solidly planted in the past.
Miss the prequel?
On February 24th and March 2nd, we'll be doing a 5pm matinee of Great White Gets Off before our 7:30pm Great White Gives It Up showing.
Each show runs about 80 minutes, so come see one, grab some dinner and meet us back for the sequel!
February 15th - March 10th
HOW TO GIVE
Give As You're Able, Friends! Our events are all pay what you will and we're happy to accept payments before, during, or after the event in cash or through our Venmo or Paypal accounts.
Our tickets are no-cost, but we ask that you reserve your ticket in advance to secure your seat. No need to print proof of reservation or donation - If you received an emailed receipt, we'll have your name on our list.
If the performance date you're hoping to attend is sold out, come early! A handful of tickets are usually released before showtime.
We keep a wait-list at the door as we check in our reservations, usually starting at fifteen minutes to curtain. Starting at five minutes to curtain, any unclaimed reservations are released to the wait-list in order of arrival.