If you could bring them back, would you? The answer is obvious for Julia, whose husband is lost in space during a recent mission. Everyone from her boss to her own mother tells Julia that she needs to accept her loss and move on. But Julia knows in her heart that her husband is still out there, and that she is the only one who can find him.
Armed wither her brilliant mind and sarcastic GPS, Julia sets out to accomplish the impossible!
Featuring: Erin Eva Butcher, Gabriel Graetz, Kathy-Ann Hart, Jo d’Angelo, Kate Mock Elliot and Joe Kidawski.
We’ve been working on this show for a while now. The first reading of the original draft was year ago. Since then the script has gone through several rewrites. A staged reading of the first act was done for three nights last November . The main goal of the reading was to work shop the script and get some feedback. It was huge success! The biggest question asked: “when can we see the rest?” Well we’re finally ready to show the world what we've got! With a full cast and crew, a finale draft, and whole lot of passion we couldn’t be more excited.
We need your help though. Producing theatre isn’t cheap. On top of paying everyone for their hard work, we need to pay for supplies, props, costumes, and rent for the actual theater. We have two full sets to construct; a living room and a space ship. A cast of six and a crew of seven and everyone is working overtime shoulder the weight. It really does take a village… errr a mission control to run a show.
We greatly appreciate any support you can give us, and in that way you’re joining our team. So help us send Julia to space!
This will be Science Fiction Theatre Company’s fourth production.
Dark Matters followed a woman and her family coping with the idea that she may have been the victim of an alien abduction.
On Ego was the story of routine teleportation gone wrong resulting in two versions of the protagonist. He had to make the ultimate sacrifice to allow his other self to live on.
Our last show Man in the Couch was about a soldier being teleported into a woman’s living room. Only problem is now he’s fused with her couch.
If you haven’t caught on yet we like SciFi. Especially shows that have those make it or break it moments. Like teleporting a person into a couch. In front of the audience. And making it look believable. We’re New England’s only exclusively science fiction theatre company and we’re proud to say it!