Sender by Ike Holter

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100 Jackson Street | Houston, TX 77002
Phone: (713) 344-1291
Times: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Admission: SEASON PASS MEMBERS: FREE GENERAL ADMISSION: $25 STUDENT: $15 OPENING NIGHT TICKETS: $35 (OCT 19 - INCLUDES CHAMPAGNE AND AFTER PARTY WITH THE CAST) HALF-OFF PREVIEW TICKETS: $12.50 General, $7.50 Student (OCT 18 @ 8 PM - AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ONLY) Tic
Area of Town: Downtown

A new comedy by one of the country’s finest emerging playwrights and winner of the Windham-Campbell Literature Prize for drama. A year after his assumed death (and absence from social media), a millennial shows up in his former Chicago apartment alive, well, and ready to fix what went wrong with the people who have eulogized, memorialized, searched for, and mourned him. A miracle reunion turns into a catastrophic disaster as the past catches up with the present and old debts return, expecting payment in full. Join us for this razor-sharp, quick-witted, foul-mouthed, and dare we say, jaw-dropping 90 minute play that asks: "What does growing up mean...and is it even desired in this day and age?" Directed by Stages Associate Artistic Director, Josh Morrison.

 

WARNING: NUDITY. PROFANITY. MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.

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