News: Absurdist Sci-Fi Drama "Alma Baya" Available On Demand Through 2/15, with Sci-Fi Theater Panel 1/31


Absurdist sci-fi drama Alma Baya, written and directed by Edward Einhorn, is now available on demand until February 15, 2022. In the play, Alma and Baya live on a hostile planet in a pod designed to sustain just them. When a refugee arrives from another pod, they have to balance survival versus compassion. Watch Cast A or Cast B, or both - when you choose one cast's performance, you will get a discount code for the other show when you order.

You can read the writer's note here and our review of the in-person performance here.

Tickets are $25
$15 tickets available with code UTC61 until January 31
Running time is 75 minutes. (NOTE: There is nudity in the show.)

There will also be a free panel on Zoom about science fiction theater on Monday January 31 at 7:00 pm. The panel is a discussion of science fiction theater, moderated by Anne Morgan, Programs Director for the National New Play Network. It will feature Mac Rogers (The Honeycomb Trilogy at Judson Church, The Message audio drama on Panoply), Tiffany Keane Schaefer (Artistic Director, Otherworld Theatre Company), Greg Lam (Last Ship to Proxima Centauri at Portland Stage), and Edward Einhorn (Alma Baya, the adaptation of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep at 3LD).

Visit to reserve a spot for the panel.

Stranger Arrives, Cast A (low res) from Edward Einhorn on Vimeo.

Stranger Monologue, Cast B (low res) from Edward Einhorn on Vimeo.

Cast A: Sheleah Harris, Rivera Reese, Ann Marie Yoo
Cast B: Maggie Cino, JaneAnne Halter, Nina Mann


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