What We Were

POSTPONED

What We Were

by Black Hackler

THIS PRODUCTION HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK.

STAY TUNED FOR PLANS TO PRESENT THIS SHOW AT A LATER TIME.

Directed by Charlotte Peters

 

Recommended by The Stranger!


Three sisters in an East Texas town have been divided by a dark family secret, and the youngest sister, Tessa, has been missing for 17 years. Now it appears she has resurfaced and older sisters Nell and Carlin  must decide how much of their past they are willing to face in order to save her. As the story of their relationships weaves from past to present, we see how coping means finding a balance between escape and confronting the truth. What We Were mixes procedural mystery with memory as these sisters learn that home isn't just where your heart is.

Featuring:
Lauren Freman
Peggy Gannon
Lisa Viertel
and Tyler Bonnell

Pony World Theatre is extremely proud to announce that all performances the weekend of April 16 - 18 are Pay-What-You-Will and that half of all ticket sales will benefit Mary's Place! This amazing local charity provides a safe, inclusive shelter that supports women and families on their journey out of homelessness. Pay what you will for any of those three performances and support both Pony World Theatre and Mary's Place!

NOTE: This play contains subject matters that might be upsetting to some audience members. If you are concerend about potentially triggering content, you can visit our content warnings page here.

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