THE INTERSTELLAR GHOST HOUR

                    Concept by Ruben van Leer, Painting by Joery Verweij

                  Concept by Ruben van Leer, Painting by Joery Verweij

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An astronaut travels back to her childhood home to confront her dead parents, but finds the house crowded with visitors from across spacetime. 

A tragicomedy about human histories and the changing faces of love. 

a world premiere by Kathleen Akerley

AUG 16 - Sep 9, 2018  /  CALLAN THEATRE  /  $20 Adults, $15 Seniors & Students  /  PWYC AUG 16 & 22

Featuring Scott Ward Abernethy, Moriamo TEMIDAYO Akibu, Christine Alexander, Dylan Arredondo, Ryan Sellers, & Julie Weir

To RESERVE TICKETs, PLEASE submit FORM or Email tickets@Longacrelea.org

PERFORMANCES: 8/16 - 9/9, 2018

THURSDAY/FRIDAY/SATURDAY @ 7:30 PM, SUNDAY @ 2PM

INDUSTRY NIGHT: WED, 8/22 @ 7:30PM  /  ADDITIONAL MATINEE: SAT, 9/8 @ 2PM  /  PWYC: 8/16 & 8/22

VIDEO CAST: tamieka chavis, acacia danielson, vince eisenson, jon jon johnson, Séamus Miller, megan reichelt, matt ripa, madeline joey rose, emily whitworth, & shpend xani

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WE ACCEPT CASH, checks, AND CREDIT AT THE DOOR.

ARTISTIC TEAM:

KATHLEEN AKERLEY (DIRECTOR), DESIREE CHAPPELLE (U/S), SOLOMON HAILESELASSIE (PROPS & STAGE MANAGER), MARY KEEGAN (LIGHTING), ELIZABETH JENKINS MCFADDEN (SET), NEIL MCFADDEN (SOUND), SEAMUS MILLER (VIDEO), BRITNEY MONGOLD (SCENIC CHARGE), LYNLY SAUNDERS (COSTUMES), MICHAEL SULLIN (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR), & ABIGAIL WERNER (DRAMATURG)


THE CALLAN THEATRE: 3801 HAREWOOD RD NE (CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY)  WASHINGTON, DC 20017

FREE PARKING & RED LINE ACCESS

**PLEASE NOTE: Brookland-CUA and Rhode Island Avenue Stations are closed until the final weekend of the show. We PROVIDE LATE SEATING AND WILL HOLD THE HOUSE SEVERAL MINUTES FOR LATECOMERS WITH RESERVATioNS**

Option 1:  WMATA Shuttles from Fort Totten and NOMA-Gallaudet-NY Avenue Stations. They suggest you prepare for it to take 45 minutes once arriving at either station for the shuttle to leave, for the short drive, and then twenty minutes for the walking time from Brookland’s drop-off point to the theater. (Shuttles are dropping off and picking up at the southeast side of Brookland’s station, across Michigan Avenue from the campus, rather than on the northwest on-campus side).

Option 2:  Metrobus 80.  Travels up North Capitol Street from Union Station, travels down Michigan Avenue from Fort Totten station.  Reliable departure times, arrives closer to the theater (but has more stops and costs a few dollars). 

* There are two ways to walk across campus from metro to the Callan:  one is clearly marked (walk west on Michigan Avenue, turn right at the Shrine and walk north on Harewood Road) but takes twice as long as crossing campus on a diagonal line.