Passage: A New Radio Play
Explore the depths of outer space with the Heartland Theatre Collective’s new radio play, Passage. Passage is the story of a group of astronauts trapped in the pull of a black hole and forced to confront questions of love, loss, and faith. Written collaboratively by a group of Austin-based theatre artists during the pandemic, Passage offers an escape into far-away places with intimate and truthful conversations on human connection and endurance.
The world-premiere of Passage will be broadcasted on YouTube Live on Friday, September 4th at 7:00 PM CDT followed by a discussion and celebration with the creators. Afterward, the play will be available to stream on major platforms.
Directors- Marian Kansas and Rosalind Faires
Writing and Performance- Nicole Oglesby, Rosalind Faires, Katy Matz, Marian Kansas, Franny Harold, Ronan Melomo, Brennan Patrick, Will Gibson Douglas, Brooke Eden
Sound Design and Engineering- Miles Foster-Greenwood
Graphic Design – Daniel Berkowitz
Passage features adult content and is appropriate for audiences age 17 and up.
The Heartland Theatre Collective is a fiscally sponsored project of the Austin Creative Alliance.
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
This project is a co-collaboration with the Austin Parks and Recreation Department’s Artist Access Program.