"A gripping mystery. An astonishing new play."
The New York Times
THE SOUND INSIDE
In-person on stage at The Spot with a fully vaccinated company *approved by AEA
by Adam Rapp
Directed by NATALIE BATTISTONE
Performed by DENISE SIMONE and KAGEN ALBRIGHT
Recommended for audiences 14+ due to
approx. 90 minutes with no intermission
Thursday Aug. 18 @ 7:30pm
Friday Aug. 19 @ 8:00pm
Saturday Aug. 20 @ 4:00pm, 8:00pm
Sunday Aug. 21 @ 4:00pm*
Wednesday Aug. 24 @ 7:30pm
Thursday Aug. 25 @ 7:30pm
Friday Aug. 26 @ 8:00pm
Saturday Aug. 27 @ 4:00pm, 8:00pm
Sunday Aug. 28 @ 4:00pm*
*JOIN US FOR A TALKBACK AFTER SUNDAY PERFORMANCES.
What is a "talkback"?
Talkbacks are facilitated conversations between audience members, actors and the creative team to discuss the production. Questions about the process, the craft, dramaturgy and intentions of the piece are raised and responded to by various members of the production team. It's also an opportunity for The Spot to find out more about how you personally responded to the show! Talkbacks are free events. All are welcome to attend. Talkbacks for The Sound Inside will be held after Sunday performances around 5:30pm.
THE SLOT (LOBBY / BOX OFFICE) opens 30 minutes before curtain.
Donation based concessions available pre-show/intermission.
THE SPOT (THEATRE) opens 15 minutes before curtain.
Tickets/Reservations will be confirmed at the door.
Seating is General Admission.
THE SOUND INSIDE was unanimously selected by The Spot Cr3w during the 22/23 Season Selection process. Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp made his broadway debut with this riveting two-hander in 2018. The play was originally commissioned by the Lincoln Center Theater. We love how they describe this beautiful and haunting show:
“Playwright Adam Rapp is a master of the small moments that define a character. He created beautiful portraits in his earlier play Red Light Winter which was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2006. He has done so once again in his new play, THE SOUND INSIDE. Here we meet Yale creative writing professor Bella Baird and her brilliant, guarded, challenging student Christopher Dunn. Bella starts by addressing the audience in direct, brutally open narration. She is his professor, his mentor, alone by choice, supremely confident. She is drawn to him, somehow compelled to know him. And also there is something she wants from him. Something that she may not be able to ask. The tension of their encounters builds quietly, provocatively as the playwright drives forward to a stunning conclusion.”
STANDARD >> $33
STUDENT/30 and UNDER>> $15
*special price for patrons currently enrolled in school and/or patrons aged 30 and under
Ticket prices include service fees. All sales are final. Tickets cannot be refunded, only exchanged for other available show dates. In the event of a performance cancelation due to COVID-19 all ticket holders will be given the option to donate their ticket, receive a one-time refund or exchange for another performance.
THE SPOT (THEATRE)
220 Lewis Street #2
Ketchum, ID 83340
THE SLOT (LOBBY/BOX OFFICE)
220 Lewis Street #3
Ketchum, ID 83340
COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS
We require all patrons to wear a mask at The Spot.
This show is performed by a fully vaccinated + regularly tested company.
*If our COVID-19 policy is increased from mandatory masks to requiring proof of vaccination/negative test results, these documents will also be reviewed at the door prior to entry. You will be notified by email if our requirements change due to risk levels in Blaine County.*
Looking for a free ticket to the show?
Email our volunteer coordinator Carol Wade to help in our lobby @ pre-show and intermission.
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (208) 928-6241