Join Theatre B for the first show in the Incubator Series, “Sweet Nothing: A (Grim) Fairytale” by Stephanie Timm.
Once upon a time in a raped and pillaged land, sisters Iris, Lily and Violet try to live their lives in the war-torn that used to be their home. Then Violet, the youngest and the prettiest, is sent away to be married to a wealthy man across the sea. When Lily, the middle and the sweetest, is offered a similar promise of living happily ever after, we begin to wonder whose reality is actually reality, how things may not be as they seem, and if hope may be your worst enemy.
“Sweet Nothing” runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 7-23. There is one Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. on Feb. 17.
The performance on Feb. 17 will include a post-show discussion moderated by the Project F-M about themes of faith and ethics that are present in the script. Details about the discussion here.
The performance on Feb. 23 will be ASL-interpreted.
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students ($5 on Thursdays). Special rates are available for groups.
Purchase your tickets online or by calling the box office at (701) 729-8880.