Whose bricks are these?
As rents go up and people move away, Tyra is trying to finish her MBA so she can leave the neighborhood once and for all.
Meanwhile, The local corner store has been bought by “family owned” chain The 24, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for the last 24 years. While working the third shift, Tyra and her coworkers are forced to confront the question: what is our responsibility to ourselves, and what is our responsibility to our community?
A world premiere play by local actor and playwright A. J. Baldwin.
10 words: A workplace comedy about doing the work.
Run Time: Around 100 minutes with one intermission.
Note: The Twunny Fo’ will be performed live at the Know and will also be available as video on demand.
All show times are EDT (-4 GMT).
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Andrew Hungerford
Costume Designer: Noelle Wedig-Johnston
Sound Designer: Douglas Borntrager
Props Designer & Scenic Artist: Kayla WIlliams
Stage Manager: TBA
Technical Director: Henry Bateman