Plays by theme

130 Yellowstone Ave, Cody, WY 82414

Saturday, May 19th at 4:00PM

Joe works at a gas station in Cody, Wyoming, spending his days shooting the shit with his co-workers and daydreaming about leaving. He begins to receive ominous messages from otherworldly visions that warn him of a visit from someone important.

Friday, May 25th at 8:00PM

Connor McCarson

Other Themes:

Drama

Content warning: Drug use, Sexual Content, Sexual Misconduct

About Irene

Thursday, May 17th at 7:30PM

Hannah, a play-it-safe kind of 16-year-old, comes home to find her estranged (and very daring) Aunt Karen in her room, begging to stay with her while she “figures things out.” The catch? Hannah’s mother can’t know. Sensing Hannah’s trepidation, Karen proposes a trade: Hannah’s hospitality for Karen’s expertise on adventure.

Saturday, May 26th at 6:00PM

Madie Doppelt

Other Themes:

Family, Dramedy, Coming-of-age, Female Protagonist

Antlers (Failing Expectations & Chuck Tingle)

Part of the Debutante Ball on Tuesday, May 22nd

Brothers, Jason & Gregory, find themselves confronted by each other's stagnate lives while waiting in the hospital room of their recently admitted mother, Veronica. Both men longingly anticipate the spark that will jumpstart their motivation but feel anchored in the idea that their mother is the only matchstick.

Immanuel A. Garcia

Other Themes:

Drama, Family

Apocrypha

Friday, May 18th at 8:00PM

After experiencing a near death experience from a rattlesnake bite, ex-televangelist Sam Saro believes that it is his prophetic mission to start a new-age spiritual commune on his West Texas Ranch to usher in the age of Jesus Christ Space Alien.

Saturday, May 26th at 5:00PM

Chandler Clamp

Other Themes:

Comedy, Death

Certified Witches

Part of the Debutante Ball on Tuesday, May 22nd

Freshmen roommates Natalie and Brynn take revenge into their own hands and summon the goddess Athena, asking her to destroy Natalie's ex-boyfriend. All of a sudden, the two have a very interesting new neighbor down the hall and find themselves in far over their heads.

Molly Rosen

Other Themes:

Female Protagonist, Comedy

Eternal Daisy

Thursday, May 17th at 6:00PM

Ten-year-old Daisy Wallace seems to be too smart for own good. When she discovers a long lost family secret, it propels her on the adventure of a lifetime, and how she grew up to be the chosen one to carry on the legacy of the pickle.

Friday, May 25th at 9:00PM

Ryan Hebert

Other Themes:

Family, Female Protagonist

Grandma Onion and Friends

Saturday, May 19th at 8:00PM

It’s Summer vacation, and looks like Fern’s luck can’t get any worse- her parents are going on vacation without her, and she’s stuck at her grandma’s house all Summer, who she hardly even knows. But when Grandma Onion mysteriously vanishes, it’s up to Fern to find her. With the help of a childhood friend and one eccentric garden gnome, Fern will go on the journey of a lifetime to find her Grandma, a little magic, and maybe even herself.

Wednesday, May 23rd at 8:00PM

Erin Wilborn

Other Themes:

Comedy, Coming-of-Age, Female Protagonist

HEART

Friday, May 18th at 6:30PM

Maxwell Heart, a political theorist hell bent on doing good, is met by a recently unemployed contractor who wants to make his theories come true. Though, with Max’s declining health, his partner decides to take matters into his own hands… making the necessary decisions in the community’s time of need.

Wednesday, May 23rd at 6:30PM

Matthew D. Carpenter

Other Themes:

Drama

Content warning: Class violence and religious criticism.

Homecoming

Friday, May 18th at 8:00PM

Katie has a hard time opening up. Instead of sharing her experiences with her loved ones, she chooses to write things down in her planner. After being away at college, Katie has come home for Thanksgiving. Homecoming explores what happens when her planner gets taken and her secrets aren’t secret for much longer.

Wednesday, May 23rd at 6:30PM

Brenna Barborka

Other Themes:

Drama, Family, Sexuality, Female Protagonist

Honey Girls

Thursday, May 17th at 7:30PM

When a mother is told there is nothing else the doctors can do, how does she and her daughter survive? Cancer has taken over Mazie and Marigold’s life, and now they must negotiate how to keep going. Mazie is on the brink of so much, but how can she live without the person who made her world?

Saturday, May 26th at 8:00PM

Grace Grindell

Other Themes:

Death, Family, Female Protagonist

Content warning: Depictions of death, illness

I Miss Me

Saturday, May 19th at 2:00PM

Three months ago Tracey's partner, HER, stopped speaking and moving without explanation. After a few months of going at it on her own, Tracey decides to call her mother, Cindy, to help care for HER.

Thursday, May 24th at 6:00PM

Delia Vanpraag

Other Themes:

Family, Sexuality, Female Protagonist

Inside the Palace Royale

Friday, May 18th at 5:00PM

Adelaide Gilmore has given up her career in journalism to marry the man of her dreams: her boss, the CEO of the New Orleans Picayune and sex-god, Beauregard de Valcourt Kendall. All goes awry when Beau loses all interest in sexual activity the night of their wedding. Friendship, romance, betrayal, self-hate, masturbation, magic, and more.

Saturday, May 26th at 3:30PM

Emma Durbin

Other Themes:

Drama, Romance, Loneliness, Sexuality, Female Protagonist

Content warning: Sexual content, abuse, masturbation, relationship violence, daddy issues

I’m A Dragon

Saturday, May 19th at 6:30PM

Justin and Angela are set up on a blind date together. The date is derailed when Justin reveals his life may be in danger. Angela finds herself drawn into his world, where an ancient conflict brews.

Thursday, May 24th at 6:30PM

Brent Leibowitz

Other Themes:

Dramedy

Jeff and the Dead Girl

Saturday: May 19th at 3:00PM

Jeff isn't lonely. Or sad. Just ask him. He just doesn't CONNECT with people. Except Emily, the corpse of a girl who he recently went to the funeral of. As he gets closer to Emily and her family, their lives and after-lives begin to spiral out of control.

Saturday, May 26th at 3:30PM

Madison Fargo

Other Themes:

Dramedy, Death, Loneliness

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Part of the Debutante Ball on Tuesday, May 22nd

A father and daughter unwittingly stumble upon a past best left undiscovered. The two must grapple with the disparity between their memories and the truth laid bare before them.

JP Heili

Other Themes:

Comedy, Family

Content Warning: Violence

Morrison Golgotha's Ghosts

Friday, May 25th at 6:15PM

While cleaning out the house of his recently deceased father, Morrison Golgotha must face the things that haunt him.

Drew Beyer

Other Themes:

Death

Office Romance

Thursday, May 17th at 5:30PM

When office ambition clashes with personal romance, Layla and Marni find themselves caught up in the head spinning craziness of falling in love and running into a future with a new boo. Cute stuff ensues.

Saturday, May 26th at 6:00PM

Lily Rushing

Other Themes:

Romance, Female Protagonist, Comedy

Pierre, et le Nouveau Film

Friday, May 18th at 5:30PM

A giant gaping hole in the ceiling looms above Pierre, as he wakes up every day and heads to the cinema! Pierre, attempting to help his ultimate crush Maxine stay in Paris, learns about a film-making contest with a grand prize! Enlisting the help of Eliot, the movie theater owner, Sabine, a worn movie star, Victor Hugo, a cat, and Julien, the roof repairman, Pierre learns more about himself than he could ever have imagined.

Friday, May 25th at 8:00PM

Jake Pinckes

Other Themes:

Comedy

Reactions to a Crumbled Foundation

Thursday, May 17th at 9:00PM

Gary and Annie just want to feel content. Jess, their daughter, can’t feel content if she doesn’t feel understood, and her father can’t feel content when his entire foundation turns to rubble around him. For different reasons, they find the same escape, leaving Annie to pick up the pieces alone.

Friday, May 25th at 5:00PM

David Barber

Other Themes:

Drama, Coming-of-age, Family

Content warning: Drug use, mentions of mental illness and suicide

Somewhere Far

Wednesday, May 16th 6:00PM

After Amelia finds herself caught in a vicious ancestral cycle of men leaving their wives for machines, she escapes with her infant son, Max, to the middle of nowhere. Nearly 13 years later, Max’s invisible friend starts giving him clues to his family’s past. Amelia’s long-standing attempt to break the cycle backfires as Max pursues the full truth.

Saturday, May 26th at 2:00PM

Kate Coley

Other Themes:

Drama, Gender Roles, Coming-of-age, Female Protagonist

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