Two Artists in Prison

Presented by Theater Grottesco

TWO ARTISTS in PRISON is an original play where creativity becomes a lifeline in the face of captivity.

WHEN:  Thursday, May 23 - Sunday, June 9; Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:00 pm.

COST: $35 general admission, $20 students, Thursday performances are pay-what-you-can

Sunday, June 9 $100 closing party includes ticket and a catered champagne reception with the artists

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In an imagined near future where teachers, journalists, artists and all who are “different” are imprisoned, two artists must tell a story every day to appease the guards. Today, the story is BEOWULF and one of the prisoners doesn’t know the story.

Together, their imaginations take the audience on a journey of one of the oldest stories of western civilization, exploring the origins of wealth, the necessity of THE OTHER to define good and evil, and the courage of artists as the keepers of stories.

TG has partnered with veteran groups along with international teens to craft a script that resonates with diverse perspectives and experiences. Audiences can look forward to a unique blend of Theater Grottesco’s signature physical theater styles and thought provoking experiences.


TWO ARTISTS will be performed by TG ensemble members Danielle Louise Reddick and Mona Malec and directed by John Flax and Apollo Garcia.

The piece was written and devised by the ensemble.

Venue: Teatro Paraguas (Second space) @ 3205A Calle Marie, Santa Fe, NM

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