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Date:
September 14, 2019
Time:
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location:
Wallace Theater for Performing Arts; McKay Building at Fitchburg State University
Address:
67 Rindge Road
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Cost:
$15 General / $5 FSU Students
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The Forge Theater Lab presents "On Our Terms"

Saturday, September 14, 2019

What if you could negotiate a one-year relationship contract with a potential partner to ensure all your expectations are met? In this provocative comedy, two people meet to do just that. As they make their way through the transaction, they share stories of previous failed relationships, in hopes that maybe this one will last. This play is not recommended for children under 14 because of profanity and frank sex talk.

ON OUR TERMS
A New Play By Mary Darling
Directed by Noah Dawson

September 6, 7, 13, and 14 at 8:00 PM
September 8 at 2:00 PM
September 12 at 6:30 PM (Pay What You Can)

Wallace Theater for Performing Arts
??McKay Building at Fitchburg State University
67 Rindge Road, Fitchburg, MA
$15 General / $5 Students
Buy tickets online or pay cash at the door

What if you could negotiate a one-year relationship contract with a potential partner to ensure all your expectations are met? In this provocative comedy, two people meet to do just that. As they make their way through the transaction, they share stories of previous failed relationships, in hopes that maybe this one will last.

This play is not recommended for children under 14 because of profanity and frank sex talk.

Featuring Kevin Boudreau, James Estes, Rebecca Joseph, Rachael Miles, and Natalie Scott.
 
MARY DARLING studied Theater and Professional Communications at Fitchburg State University. She interned as an assistant stage manager for Chosen Child and Reconsidering Hanna(h) at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. Mary was a resident dramaturgy/directing intern at Cape May Stage, where she debuted her first play #capemay, a cycle of short interconnected pieces performed in parked cars. Her short play "Copley" was featured in The Forge's inaugural event Generations, and her play Good Grief was performed as a staged reading in this year’s Draft House series. Mary is fascinated by the thought of words left unsaid between people, so she writes those words.