No Rescue Required
by Overtime Theater
Aug. 17 - Sep. 08, 2018
Once upon a time three princesses - Persephone, Penelope, and Poppy - lived a life of medieval-y privilege with their loyal butler, Jacopo. Then, in the dead of night, a princely suitor appeared. With a drawn sword. Smelling of stew. He was determined to slay a monster and save the princesses, but this isn't that kind of story and these are not those kind of princesses.
No Rescue Required, a fairy tale by Emily Fitzgerald presented by
|The Southwest Association of Literary and Dramatic Artists, LLC (SWALDA)with The Overtime Theater|
Featuring Deborah Basham-Burns, Emery Dorman, Ashley Hamilton, Stephen Morales, Jay Overton, and Michele Wisniewski.
The play does include adult situations, conversations, and language and isn’t meant for young audiences.
Writer/Director Emily Fitzgerald’s directing credits include the original productions of Julie (PASA 2014); The Professionals(The Overtime 2014); Murder at the Chateaux le Shadow(2014); A Number’s Game(The Overtime 2015); Creatures of the Night(The Overtime 2016); William M. Razavi’s Macbeth(NVC 2017); and HEX (The Overtime 2017). Her play Someone Gets Shockedwas accepted into the 2016 Midtown International Theatre Festival and in October 2016 she received an Original Script Globe Award from the Alamo Theatre Arts Coalition for Creatures of the Night. In 2017, she advanced to the second round in the Austin Film Festival’s Playwriting competition with her play Ties That Bind.
A volume including her original works Creatures of the Night andSomeone Gets Shocked, as well as a copy of her play HEX, are available in print and ebook format on Amazon.
No Rescue Required
by Emily Fitzgerald
August 17 - September 08, 2018
5409 Bandera Road, Unit 205
San Antonio, TX, 78238
|Opens on 08/17/2018 and Runs Through 09/08/2018|
The show will be performed every Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm between August 17th and September 8th. There will be a 3:00 pm performance on Sunday, August 26 and at 7:00 pm on Sunday, September 2nd.