Who doesn’t love a good apocalypse now and then?
Nick and his wife Sam have left the chaos of the world behind for their tiny house among the sequoias — or so they think! But fireworks fly when a quirky cast of characters converge upon their tiny enclave for a Fourth of July barbecue, and we’re reminded that there is no easy escape. A regional premiere to kick off our 90th anniversary year!
Not your average virtual theater
We rehearsed over Zoom, filmed actors on green screens, and assembled a team of digital artists to create a forest paradise for this unique virtual production.
…both charming and bitingly witty — a rare and noteworthy example of a comedy filmed without an audience that comes off without a trace of awkwardness.
Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal
IG Live w/ Charlie Corcoran
Official sizzle reel!
Pay no attention to the man behind the [green] curtain...
”We’re having a thing for the Fourth...“
SYMPOSIUM with Michael Gotch
Watch the trailer
Meet the Playwright
MEET THE CAST
MEET THE CREATIVE TEAM
critics love tiny house
Michael Gotch has written a smart, imaginative, topical, moving, droll, and thoroughly entertaining play. Direction and acting are first-rate… Treat yourself.
Alix Cohen, womanaroundtown.com
… a wild and wacky roller-coaster ride orchestrated to pure frothy perfection.
Jim Ruocco, Take 2
… splendidly directed… a cutting-edge production.
E. Kyle Minor, Connecticut Post
In addition to being a fine piece of theater, the actual video production of this show is a marvel…
Zander Opper, zanderopper.com
The 2021 season is generously supported by the Eunice and David Bigelow Foundation. This production of Tiny House is sponsored by Barbara Samuelson.
Media Sponsorship for the 2021 season is generously provided by Moffly Media and WSHU Public Radio.
directed by MARK LAMOS