Know to Go – Theatre at a Distance

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Andy’s House of [ ]

Andy always was an unusual man, running a store that was part ever-changing emporium of oddities, part Museum of Unmailed Loveletters. When Sadie, his old school crush, comes back to town for her father’s funeral, she shows up at the store with a mysterious machine…over and over and over again. Paul and Trey recount the strange events of the summer they met, working in Andy’s House of [ ].

This small town, mystery spot musical graduates from its episodic from first seen in Serials! Thunderdome to become a full length show, originally produced in 2015, about unrequited love, second chances, and what it means to change your world.

Streaming passes will be on-sale March 27- April 24, with the video available through April 25.

NOTE: Purchasing a ticket gives you access to a digital video of a performance of Andy’s House, available for viewing for a limited time through April 25, 2020​.

Passes will be on sale through April 24, 2020 at 8:00pm.

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Darkest Night at the Gnarly Stump

On the darkest night of the year, residents of a secluded Appalachian town gather at a local pub, The Gnarly Stump, to share ghost stories and songs. When an outsider arrives reporting the mysterious disappearance of her sister, the lines between story and reality become blurred–there’s more than just trees in those woods.

This world premiere commissioned by Know Theatre pairs a play from Lauren Hynek and Elizabeth martin, the writers behind Know’s Saturday the 14th, We Will Rise: Stories from the Afghan Women’s Writing Project, and the live action Disney film Mulan (2020), with songs from Paul Strickland, local fringe favorite, nationally acclaimed story-teller, and author of The Trailer Park TrilogyBalls of Yarns, and co-author of Andy’s House of [blank].

Originally filmed in Know Theatre’s Underground bar, in December of 2016.

10 words or less: A world premiere Appalachian ghost story with music.
Rated: PG

NOTE: Purchasing a ticket gives you access to a digital video of a performance of Andy’s House, available for viewing for a limited time through April 25, 2020​.

Passes will be on sale through May 8, 2020 at 8:00pm.

BE SURE TO PROVIDE AN ACCURATE EMAIL ADDRESS DURING THE CHECK OUT PROCESS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE YOUR LINK AND PASSWORD.

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All proceeds from archived streaming content are split 50/50 between the Know and the artists involved, so that our small but mighty staff and our large and mighty artistic community can all weather the storm together.


Mary's Monster by Maggie Lou Rader

Mary’s Monster

The dead can come back to us. But they don’t always come back nice.

On a dark night near the end of her life, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wrestles with ghosts: her dead children, her sister, her famous husband, her mother, and Frankenstein, her most famous creation. Death has loomed over her entire life, and now, shovel in hand, she will reckon with it, one way or another.

Directed by Jennifer Joplin. Featuring Maggie Lou Rader.

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Of People and Not Things

This is the way the world ends: with an intimate apocalypse.

Everyone knows that a bad break up can feel like the end of the world. But what if that’s what really happened? What if the the end of civilization defied summer blockbusters and came free of flesh eating zombies and digital destruction? What if, rather than a frenzied pandemic, it came as a soft goodbye? What if the end of a relationship somehow actually meant the end of life as we knew it?

‘Of People and Not Things’ is tightly focused on two people struggling to unearth meaning in the events that have brought them into this small room with you. Thomas is a physicist trying to explain how the end came about. Karen is a former office temp searching for a place in this new world. These two interrelated monologues when taken together paint a picture of life after civilization full of compassion and need for connection.

Directed by Elizabeth Martin. Featuring Andrew Hungerford & Lauren Hynek. Recorded in 2011.

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If you’re home schooling students during this pandemic and are in need of some additional lesson plans, never fear! Our Know to Go – Theatre for Young Audiences shows are here to help!

Written and directed by Know’s Education Director Maggie Lou Rader, these shows are designed to entertain and engage kids K-3. We offer three levels of pricing depending on your needs: $5 for an individual ticket, $15 for a family pass, and $35 if you intend to use the video for a virtual classroom full of kids.

With purchase, you’ll also get a link to download Study Guides and other support materials!

Streaming passes get you access to the videos through July 31, 2020.

Dragon Up

Dragon Up

A Social-Emotional Learning Fairytale.

Oro the Dragon just turned twelve, and he’s struggling to learn to breathe fire to be a “real” dragon. His father keeps telling him to “Dragon Up!” to be a fierce protector of the Great Dragon Treasure. When Oro gets a chance to guard the Great Dragon Treasure, it’s stolen from right under his snout! Oro and Meetra the Muskrat Knight embark on a quest to recover the stolen treasure, and along the way learn important lessons about working together, resolving their arguments, and naming their feelings. Dragon Up! is both a funny, thrilling fairy tale for kids grades K-3 and a Social-Emotional Learning educational experience.

Originally filmed on Know Theatre’s Mainstage, in March of 2020.

Rated: Family-Friendly.

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Alice In Neverland

Alice in Neverland

A Critical Thinking Fairytale Mystery.

Alice (of Wonderland fame) is now running her very own detective agency. Tinkerbell arrives with terrible news: Peter Pan has gone missing! Young viewers will use their critical-thinking skills to crack the case and rescue Peter alongside Alice in this wild romp through Neverland.

Originally filmed on Know Theatre’s Mainstage, in March of 2020.

Rated: Family-Friendly.

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