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Announcing... the 21ten Summer Residency Program!

21ten is very excited to be hosting our first annual Summer Residency Program in July 2024!


We have 4 groups of talented creatives who will be rehearsing & producing their own original work all month long. Residents were selected out of our application process this past April and are offered rehearsal, tech & performance time in the 21ten BlackBox Theatre, as well as a cut of the ticket sales, marketing support, and 21ten resources in order to bring new and exciting work to life.

Tickets on sale now!

2024 Residency Productions

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Thank You, Sorry

By Annie Trevisan & Shana Torok

July 5th - 7th.

Fri & Sat at 7:30pm, Sunday at 2pm

A one-hour, structured, improvised play about a budding romance between two women from different generations. We explore themes of shame, feeling, age, gender, and ultimately what it means to love.


Do you know how to love? Do you know how to be loved?

Camp Fire Stories

By Murri Lazaroff-Babin

July 11th - 14th.

Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sunday at 2pm

Camp Fire Stories is about home and memory; and the attempt to conjure both. 

It's about how the idea of home changes over time, and the interesting ways in which we fill in the gaps of blurred memories from childhood.


With the collaboration of

Cristi Miles, Akitora Ishii, Leiana Petlewski, Ken Yoshikawa & Rose Proctor

Laundry Show

By Rachel Wells

July 19th - 28th.

Double Feature with HATERS

Fri-Sat at 7:30pm

Sunday 7/21 at 2pm

Thursday 7/25 at 7:30pm

Sunday 7/28 at 7:30pm

A liminal laundromat, a sock thief, and a never-ending stream of patrons. Quiet glances reveal magic in seemingly monotonous moments - asking what happens when solitary routines become disrupted? At one point everyone you’ve ever loved was a stranger. Laundry Show explores the moments of risk that may surprise us with our next love.


With the collaboration of 

Wy DeShong, Dylan Hankins, Rachel Routh & Akitora Ishii


By Daye Thomas & Kasia Caravello 

July 19th - 28th.

Double Feature with Laundry Show

Fri-Sat at 7:30pm,

Sunday 7/21 at 2pm

Sunday 7/28 at 7:30pm

Can we attempt to really see one another? 


HATERS is an exploration of identity and prejudice, following a Polish woman and a nonbinary Filipino individual as they navigate cultural stereotypes, political tensions, and personal biases through stand-up, traditional martial arts, and folk dance - ultimately finding a common ground in their shared humanity. We challenge our audience to confront their own preconceptions and explore the transformative power of empathy and connection. 

With the collaboration of

Johnathan Billington, Naomi Bowers, Sizheng Song & directed by Amelia Sommer

CW // This show contains text found online with bigotry/discrimination (racism, sexism), sexual content, and strong language"

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