By Georgi Gospodinov
Directed by Genevieve de Mahy
Preview Performances June 11th and June 12th
Running June 13th- June 29th
Performances are Wednesday-Saturday at 7:30PM
Sundays at 2:30PM
A beautiful series of interwoven stories about the nature of humanity in transition.
Peek inside the minds of people standing on the precipice of what could be the apocalypse. It could be scary, it could be loud, but it could just as easily be a whisper. Will the earth shift, or will we just quietly close our eyes and pass from one world to the next?
Wednesday, June 18th- This performance is completely FREE
Tickets can only be reserved at the door, the day of the event, beginning at 6:30pm. Subject to availibility. Limit 2 tickets per order.
Thursday, June 19th – Disrupting Time: Storytelling and Quantum Physics
Explore the play’s sense of time and its relationship to the stories we tell with a literary expert, a physicist, and artists from the production. SEE THIS PERFORMANCE.
Sunday, June 22nd- Bulgarians on Bulgaria: a Skype session.
Join us after the show as we chat with Bulgarian Artist Vasilena Radeva, former SCT Artistic Director Nathan Cooper, and The Apocalypse’s director Genevieve de Mahy about Bulgaria’s past and present as it relates to The Apocalypse Comes at 6pm. There will be a wine and cheese reception directly following the performance and preceding the Skype Session.” SEE THIS PERFORMANCE.
Wednesday, June 25th – Meet the Artists
The cast and creative team will stick around to chat with you about the making of The Apocalypse. SEE THIS PERFORMANCE.
FAQs about seeing a show at Single Carrot Theatre
Where is the show?
This production will be held at our home, Single Carrot Theatre
Our address is:
2600 N. Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
(Entrance is on 26th Street)