Autobahn by Neil LaBute
“There is no playwright on the planet these days who is writing better than Neil LaBute.”
—Theatre critic John Lahr in The New Yorker
Thursday, February 8, and Friday, February 9
7:30pm at Cultivate 7twelve
712 Austin Ave in downtown Waco, two doors up from the Hippodrome
Autobahn is six awkward conversations in the front seat of a car. You’ve been there, right?
Suggested for ages 17+, for language and themes.
This production is a fundraiser to create a small black box theatre at Cultivate 7twelve so that affordable performance space is available in the Downtown Cultural District for locally-produced theatre, music, and dance.
Suggested donation is $10, or more, or less – whatever you want to give to support this effort. Soft drinks, wine, and beer will also be available by donation.
Donations will be accepted at the door by cash, card, or check (made out to Cultivate 7twelve). Advance payment is not required, but we only have 30 seats, so please make a reservation below so that we can be sure a seat is available for you. If you make a reservation but find that you can’t come, please let us know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text (347-661-7752) so that we can release your seats to the waiting list if we have one.
Sorry, Friday evening’s performance is full!
- Funny – A teenager finally tells all on the way home from rehab.
- Bench Seat – A dating couple parks at the make out place.
- All Apologies – A husband in the doghouse tries to dig his way out.
- Long Division – A dude supports his buddy who’s been dumped.
- Road Trip – A man and teen girl take a long ride into danger.
- Autobahn – A woman processes a tough decision.
- Andrew Sabonis-Chafee
- Chuck Jennings
- Drue Pinkerton
- Faith Danielson
- Jeremy Hagman
- Kat Phillips
- Sara Beth Stoltzfus
- Stephen Yanez
The plays are directed by Luann Jennings and Trent Sutton.