New play The Tea Party will come to the Chatham Playhouse on Saturday, April 23rd at 7pm for a one-night-only staged reading. The production is a collaboration between TSquared Production Company and Unidentified Stages, two NJ-based companies supporting local new works.
The performance will take place at 7pm on Saturday, April 23rd at Chatham Playhouse.
Open seating reservations are required. Suggested $10 donation at the door, cash or credit.
The Tea Party delves into the facts behind one of the United States’ most famous myths. Americans all know the story of the Boston Tea Party... how the Sons of Liberty valiantly threw British Tea into Boston Harbor after a vicious tax hike on England's favorite beverage. But legends tend to crown their own “winners,” don't they? What happens when a playwright decides to tell the unadulterated story, where the Sons of Liberty got so drunk they nearly killed a man and sent another one home naked in the middle of a Boston winter? (Yes, that is all true.) Penned and directed by Angelle Whavers, get ready for a night of colonial partying like you've never witnessed before. Trust us. Drunk History's got nothing on this.
For questions or comments, please email TSquaredProductionCo@gmail.com.
About TSquared Production Company
TSquared Production Company was born in 2018 when Tess Ammerman waved a toothbrush at T. Michael Vest lamenting the lack of humor in stodgy classical revivals. Since then, it has grown into a pioneer in philanthropic and innovative theatre. TSquared exists to bring fresh, funny, and honest stories to the stage. We strive to build communities that support and inspire through live performance and artistic fellowship.
Previous productions from TSquared Production Company are available on the company’s Youtube channel (TSquared Production Company). For more information, visit the company’s Instagram (@therealtsquared).