Tiny Houses

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Tiny Houses

By CHELSEA MARCANTEL

MAY 22 - JUNE 02, 2019
Rosenthal Shelterhouse Theatre

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About

Directed by LAURA KEPLEY

Can tiny equal happy? Four young adults are determined to build a 200-square-foot tiny house in Oregon with the hope of finding meaning in minimalism. Instead, the project devolves into a series of amusingly awkward missteps. Will their relationships survive the construction project? Will living small be a huge mistake? This world premiere comedy explores what happens when our world begins to shrink.


ADVISORY:
Tiny Houses is suitable for adults and teenage audiences. The play contains some strong adult language, alcohol use, hipster slang and low-key millennial malaise.

RUNNING TIME: The show runs approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission.

Promotional photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.


 
  
Photos

 
  
Artists

Michael Doherty

Ollie

Kate Eastman

Cath

Peter Hargrave

Bohdi

James Holloway

Jeremiah

Nandita Shenoy

Jevne

Chelsea Marcantel

Playwright

Laura Kepley

Director

Arnulfo Maldonado

Set Designer

Amy Clark

Costume Designer

Elizabeth Mak

Lighting Designer

Daniel Perelstein

Sound Designer

Paul Davis, CSA, Calleri Casting

Casting Director

Jenifer Morrow

Production Stage Manager

Cleveland Play House

Co-Producer


 
  
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Events


 
Engage

Tiny House, Big Problems

Apr 12, 2019
Erica Reid

Tiny Houses is a world premiere comedy about four young adults determined to build a 200-square-foot tiny house.

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Can Tiny Equal Happy?

Apr 17, 2019
Erica Reid

Playwright Chelsea Marcantel tells us more about constructing the world premiere comedy Tiny Houses.

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A Brief Guide to Minimalism

May 3, 2019
Gigi Relic

In the world premiere comedy Tiny Houses, a group of millennials seek fulfillment and meaning in minimalism. But what exactly does that philosophy entail?

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