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WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

WOLF PLAY by Hansol Jung @ The Spot

The Spot

WOLF PLAY–Hansol Jung's critically acclaimed provocative new play about the families we both choose and unchoose–comes to The Spot April 18-28, directed by Kevin Wade. WINNER! 2024 Obie Award for Playwriting WINNER! 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play "Jung's play keeps you in thrilling, unnerving suspense." - New York Magazine SHOW DESCRIPTION: When a young Korean boy is adopted by a new family via Yahoo! message boards (read: illegally re-homed) chaos is unleashed. The boy is not what he seems. When his ex-father drops him off, ready and raring to reassign power of attorney in the doorway, it is revealed that the boy's new parents are also not what they seemed. The internet is a place where people misrepresent things... In the messy aftermath of the online-adoption one thing is absolutely certain: wolves know their kind. (And they do not use internet.) WOLF PLAY is a complex story of family and belonging, the lengths to which we'll go for love and a glimpse into the shadow side of our digital society. TICKETS $15–$100 APRIL 18-28 | 7:30pm @spot_sv APRIL 17 | Exclusive Producer's Night APRIL 20 + 27 | Free Post-show Talkbacks APRIL 28 | 2:00pm Matinee Performance SUITABILITY: ...

$15 – $100

Tylor & the Trainrobbers with Steven Denmark

The Argyros

For the past decade, Tylor & the Trainrobbers have been blazing trails, carving a path through the heartland with their roots country and Americana music. With boots worn thin from relentless touring, they've crisscrossed the country, honing their craft and delivering electrifying performances, leaving a trail of devoted fans in their wake. Brothers Tylor Ketchum, Jason Bushman, and Tommy Bushman form the core of this musical powerhouse. Tylor, the eldest, takes the reins as the band's frontman, rhythm guitarist, and songwriter, weaving stories through his lyrics. Jason, on bass and backup harmonies, and Tommy, on drums and harmony vocals, provide the steady heartbeat and backbone that defines the band's signature sound. Completing the quartet is Rider Soran, whose lead guitar, pedal steel, and lap steel chops add layers of depth and emotion to their music. Now, as the band gears up for their latest release, Hum of the Road, the excitement among their devoted fanbase is palpable. Recorded amidst the dust and heat of a Southern tour, this album is more than just a collection of songs—it's a sonic odyssey that captures the essence of the open road and the soul of the American musical landscape.

$20 – $50

Pop-up Reading: “There Was That One Time” by Jodeen Revere

The Spot

JODEEN REVERE pop-up reading/performance @ The Spot "There Was That One Time..." A series of personal essays by Jodeen Revere SATURDAY MAY 4, 2024 3:00 pm 7:30pm TICKETS: standard tickets $15, under 30 $10 SHOW DESCRIPTION: Jodeen Revere (The Persistent Guest) returns to The Spot with another original work-in-process! “There Was That One Time…is a series of personal essays. Since everything I write is meant to be read aloud by me, it is the ideal way for me to try out new work. Subjects ranging from motherhood, growing up with a rock and roll dad, formative years as a JW, tarot cards, obsession and mortality. But funny." runtime: approx. 1 hour with no intermission suitability: 14+ due to mature language ABOUT JODEEN: Jodeen is an actor/writer/performer living in Boise Idaho. Her most recent project was the one woman show The Persistent Guest about her trifecta of cancer diagnosis which premiered at Boise Contemporary Theater in 2022. She brought a scaled down unplugged version to The Spot in 2023, took it to United Solo Fest in New York in October of 2023. She is a contributor to Story Story Night, Storyfort, Ming Studios 7 O’clock and My On Mondays series and ...

$10 – $30

Pop-up Reading: “There Was That One Time” by Jodeen Revere

The Spot

JODEEN REVERE pop-up reading/performance @ The Spot "There Was That One Time..." A series of personal essays by Jodeen Revere SATURDAY MAY 4, 2024 3:00 pm 7:30pm TICKETS: standard tickets $15, under 30 $10 SHOW DESCRIPTION: Jodeen Revere (The Persistent Guest) returns to The Spot with another original work-in-process! “There Was That One Time…is a series of personal essays. Since everything I write is meant to be read aloud by me, it is the ideal way for me to try out new work. Subjects ranging from motherhood, growing up with a rock and roll dad, formative years as a JW, tarot cards, obsession and mortality. But funny." runtime: approx. 1 hour with no intermission suitability: 14+ due to mature language ABOUT JODEEN: Jodeen is an actor/writer/performer living in Boise Idaho. Her most recent project was the one woman show The Persistent Guest about her trifecta of cancer diagnosis which premiered at Boise Contemporary Theater in 2022. She brought a scaled down unplugged version to The Spot in 2023, took it to United Solo Fest in New York in October of 2023. She is a contributor to Story Story Night, Storyfort, Ming Studios 7 O’clock and My On Mondays series and ...

$10 – $30

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