Do you want to see these people in action?
Then come see The Playground, an evening of short works set in an average city park where you'll get a benchside view of everyday heroes, star-crossed lovers, shrewd entrepreneurs, interfering angels and overzealous soccer moms!
Produced by And Toto Too Theatre Company, the show starts off at dawn with a meeting of the Dark Star Patrol from my play Superheroes, and is followed by works from Colorado writers Nina Alice Miller, Rebecca Gorman O'Neill, Carrie Printz, and Nicolette Vajtay.
Opening night is just 3 days away. Get your tickets today!
The Playground runs from November 6 - 22, at the Laundry on Lawrence. Buy tickets online, or call 720-583-3975.
About Superheroes: Real Life Superheroes are average citizens who don masks and assume unique superhero identities to patrol city streets and engage in charitable activities. The Dark Star Patrol, a fictional group of Real Life Superheroes, has a code of honor when it comes to crime fighting and altruism. Newcomer Zygote pushes that code to the limits, and in the process, unravels and complicates relationships between friends and lovers at the traditional dawn meeting.