CAMP Rehoboth Theatre has announced the 2022/23 Season.
Production #1, An evening with F.J. Hartland - Two One Act Comedies:
1. Auto Erotic Misadventure
Cliff is into macrame, Brandon is a D.C. call boy, Norma just wants to be held. Three roommates confront the confusion of living together.
2. PONCE DE LEON IS DEAD
Giselle is a rich Florida widow looking for companionship. JD is a poor illegal male stripper. Vaughn, Giselles’ hard working CEO son, is trying to protect the family fortune.
The comic pursuit of love is never ending.
June 23, 24, 25. In the CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard outside (weather permitting).
Casting requirements: 2 women, 4 men. All ages.
Production # 2, Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche
It’s 1956 and The Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are having their annual quiche breakfast. As the assembled “widows” await the announcement of the society's prize-winning quiche, the atomic bomb sirens sound! Has the Communist threat come to pass? How will the “widows” respond as their idyllic town and lifestyle faces attacks? Winner of the 2012 NYC International Fringe Festival as Best Overall Production, Five Lesbians Eating A Quiche is a tasty recipe of hysterical laughs, sexual innuendoes, unsuccessful repressions, and delicious discoveries.
September 29, 30, and October 1, 2022 in the Elkins-Archibald Atrium.
Casting requirements: 5 women, 1 man. All ages.
Production #3, Burgerz
After transphobic slurs — and a hamburger — are thrown at theatre artist Travis Alabanza, a newfound passion is ignited. They became obsessed with hamburgers: How they are made. How they feel and smell. How they travel through the air. How the mayonnaise feels on your skin. This show is the climax of that obsession – exploring how trans bodies survive and how, by reclaiming an act of violence, we can address our own complicity.
This production requires a black trans actor. This project will be an opportunity for CAMP Rehoboth to stage a talkback and a support event about the issues facing the trans and queer communities.