Tell Me Something Good
Time7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Summer Acting Institute for Teens presents Tell Me Something Good by Audrey Cefaly, directed by Randy Baker.
The show is a stunning exploration of loneliness, love and redemption, this play tracks the lives of multiple characters struggling with how to connect in a chaotic world.
Content Warning: Please note this play contains profanity and explores mature themes including loneliness, sexuality, depression, and suicide. In our group discussions with playwright Audrey Cefaly, she characterized her work (which includes some of the most produced plays in the country) as "trafficking in ache," exploring our need for love, the missed connections along the way, and the hope that comes from the little moments when we truly see each other.
Venue: The Theatre Lab, 900 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Admission: $15 general admission
Public Health Policy: All guests must close-fitting wear masks whenever they are in the Theatre Lab building and must offer proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. We recommend N95 or KN95 masks for the greatest protection. Failure to fully wear a mask (covering nose and mouth) and provide proof of vaccination (either paper or electronic proof) for guests over 12 years of age will result in being denied entry to the building.