When: Tue., Dec. 3, 7 p.m. 2013
Scenes from two new plays by Tom Horan
Tom Horan is a writer, sound designer, co-artistic director of the Austin-born theater collective The Duplicates, and playwright-in-residence at The Phoenix Theater in Indianapolis.
Under a Tree at the End of Time by Dan Sherer
A new play, set in Indiana, about love and loss. Once, Jimmy dreamt that he was sitting under a tree in a landscape that was as big as the world, and there was no one else there, and it was still and quiet. And although there was a breeze, nothing at all seemed to move with it, because it seemed as though the breeze and the landscape were at different times and in different places, even though they were not. In that moment, Jimmy was truly happy and he didn’t want the dream to end.
When Jimmy and Caitlyn arrived at her father’s house, which was a long way away, Jimmy saw that Tree and he knew then that he would never, ever leave this place.
Dan Sherer is a professional theatre maker and doctoral candidate at University College London and was a visiting artist and scholar-in-residence at Butler Theatre during the Spring 2013 Semester.
Price: $7 general public, students free with ID. Cash only at the door.