We Suggest $50
More If You Have it
Less if you don't
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Oct 3, 2020 -
Nov 8, 2020
Saturdays @ 2:00p & 5:30p
Sundays @ 2:00p & 5:30p
Cast & Personnel
Team A - Stage Manager
Team B - Stage Manager
Zooming through the empty Houston streets to a neighborhood near you it’s THE DRAMA SQUAD! In the year 2020 a global pandemic has forced live theatre into hibernation for the foreseeable future. A typical Saturday night at the theatre has been replaced with glitchy livestreams and flat recordings. Citizens are trying their best to adapt but nothing can replace the ritual of live theatre! Uncertain of the next time they will be able to enjoy the crackling energy between audience and artists, the people begin to despair…until…THE DRAMA SQUAD! This fall, and next spring, The Catastrophic Theatre will be dispatching troupes of fearless thespians to bring all-new, original work by Houston artists—right to your front lawn!
THE DRAMA SQUAD creators and performers have been divided into two dynamic teams, with each team performing completely different content. Audiences can book both teams to experience the full range of original DRAMA SQUAD pieces, which include puppetry, magic, acrobatics, music, and comedy. THE DRAMA SQUAD is a traveling variety show providing an extremely intimate and entertaining live theatrical experience for Houstonians.
Health & Safety
Patrons must agree to follow The Catastrophic Theatre’s health and safety precautions when booking their DRAMA SQUAD performance. Precautions include wearing masks and maintaining a distance of six feet from both performers and audience members from different households.
Audiences cannot exceed 10 people and the performance location must be outdoors and at least 12 feet by 15 feet. Please not DRAMA SQUAD performance locations must be inside Beltway 8.
In the Media
Staging plays in your backyard and other ways Houston theaters hope to survive
October 23, 2020 | Houston Chronicle | Andrew Dansby
Drama Squad Brings The Show To You- Houston Press Preview
October 23, 2020 | Houston Press | Jessica Goldman