They Breakup at the End
June 8 @ 7:00 pm
“They Breakup at the End” invites the audience to watch two people as they explore the crazy notion of being in love. Employing a schizophrenic story-telling style, playing with time and space, this play explores whether or not the greatest love of your life, is the one that fails.
Created by a Colorado-based author, Katy White has been working on this show for many years, until finally, they were able to find an ending, to an ending that was already written in stone. Katy White won Best Dramatic Writing at the Pittsburgh Fringe for their show, “Hi, My Name Is….” and is back for more! “They Breakup at the End” will have its world premiere at the Denver Fringe Festival on June 8th (@7pm), June 9th (@730pm) and June 10th (@5pm). Tickets are on sale now!!
“They Breakup at the End” is an exploration of how love, hate, and acceptance occur throughout the course of the relationship between A and B. The two main characters are never given names, or genders, in an effort to explore how we all experience the same desire to find love, be loved, accept the failure of love, regardless of gender and sexuality. It shouldn’t matter who or what a person is, we all experience pain and loss in universal ways, and this play aims to highlight that notion.
This is a highly experimental theater piece, that plays with the concept of time and the progression of these two people trying to navigate themselves, and each other. The audience is invited two experience the same anxiety and dread that these two lovers do, while exposing their brokenness and need for connection.
There is something profound about love that fails, and for just a moment in time, the audience is invited to examine that alongside with A and B.
Tickets are on sale now! Follow the link here: https://denverfringe.org/shows/they-breakup-at-the-end/
There is also a QR code that will take you directly to the show page!!