To find out, answer these simple questions:
- Are you likely to read "the next great American novel"? (think: Cather in the Rye, The Corrections)
- Do the television shows that you swear are smart, funny and generally perfect always seem to be getting canceled? (think: Freaks and Geeks, Huff)
- Do you affectionately call the Wexner Center the "Wex"?
- Did you attend Craftin' Outlaws, an independent film festival or Comfest last year?
- Did you vote for the winner in the last presidential election?
- Do you subscribe to Good Magazine, AdBusters or the Economist?
- Can you be found at North Market or the Clintonville Farmers Market most summer Saturday mornings?
- Do you think Liz Lessner should be our next mayor?
If you answered yes to at least three of these questions, Available Light Theater is definitely for you.
Who to bring: Your sweetie, your best friend, your cool aunt, that guy with too many tattoos from the office
What to expect:
- Tickets are pay what you want
- Some of the shows are cash-only (so, get some)
- They perform known plays, new work and original material
- The sets tend to be pretty pared down
- And, the acting will move you
- They'll be a probably 100 people at any given show and you can mill around with them during a standard intermission
- The material is pretty eclectic, sometimes you might call it weird
- But, it's also fun and leaves you with a feeling you might call an intellectual high