By EllaRose Chary & Brandon James Gwinn
Directed by Sherri Eden Barber
Co-Production with Moxie Theatre
Tickets are currently available via subscription only.
**Please note we are no longer requiring masks in our theater. Masks are still encouraged to help keep our performers and audience members safe, but they are not required.**
Winner of the 2021 Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theatre Writing.
T and L drive their 1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible off the edge of the Grand Canyon. Suspended in mid air, the two discover their authentic selves and embark on a queer odyssey that defies conventions and dares to ask: “Why do strong female characters always gotta die?” Aided by a kick-ass Riot Grrrl band, T and L attempt to sort out their new identities, how those identities impact their relationships with each other, and seek out the gay happy ending they’ve always deserved.
Low-Cost Previews: May 9 – 17
First Friday for the Military: May 10, 8:00PM
Complimentary tickets for active duty and veterans.
GSA/Youth Nights: May 10, 8:00PM & May 17, 8:00PM
Free tickets for students.
Pre-Show Event — Backstage Thursday: Director’s Happy Hour: May 16, 6:00pm
Join Director Sherri Eden Barber and other members of TL;DR: Thelma Louise; Dyke Remix artistic team in the Clark Cabaret for a chance to chat before the show! Pre-show event begins at 6pm, performance at 7pm.
Opening Night: May 18, 8:00PM
Pre-Show Event — Backstage Thursday: Designer Spotlight: May 23, 6:00pm
Join us in Clark Cabaret before the show to meet the Design Team and hear the influences and process involved. A fun pre-show experience! The pre-show event starts at 6:00pm before the 7pm performance
Pay What You Will & Industry Night: May 27, 7:00PM
Daily: Before and after performances
Come to the show early to enjoy our Clark Cabaret, open one hour before the show time and will remain open after the show.
Cast information coming soon.
EllaRose Chary – Book and Lyrics
Brandon James Gwinn – Music and Lyrics
Sherri Eden Barber – Director
We are no longer requiring masks in our theater. Masks are still encouraged to help keep our performers and audience members safe, but they are not required.
NOTE: This policy is subject to change at any moment to reflect changing local, state, and federal regulations. Please return before your scheduled performance date to see our most recent policy.