October 26th, 2022 – November 12th, 2022

In 17th-century London, a city ravaged by the Great Plague with bodies mounting, the home of wealthy aristocrat William Snelgrave and his invalid wife becomes the couple’s infirmary, until a pair of intruders break in demanding food and refuge. Resigned to quarantine together, this unlikely group sees the social paradigms that once defined their behavior begin to break down. Roles shift, boundaries are shattered, and passions erupt in Naomi Wallace’s gripping 1995 drama. Originally inspired by the intersecting themes between Daniel Dafoe’s Journal of the Plague Year and the L.A. race riots catalyzed by the police beating of Rodney King, Wallace blends past and present – starkly pertinent given today’s current climate with COVID-19 and lingering tensions after the murder of George Floyd and subsequent riots in 2020. One Flea Spare explores how different types of oppression intersect across our timelines, always condemning the excesses of capitalism and imperialism.

“I began to think about what happens when the containment of a presumed danger through the regimentation of space breaks down, such as when South Central L.A. began to ‘invade’ Beverly Hills…By writing about about a time other than our own, it’s possible for issues that have become locked in rhetoric, or dismissed as too overdetermined for the stage, to become visible anew.” — Naomi Wallace

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By Naomi Wallace | October 26th, 2022 – November 12th, 2022

PREVIEW Wednesday October 26th at 7:30pm (Pay What You Can)

PREVIEW Thursday October 27th at 7:30pm (Pay What You Can)

OPENING NIGHT Friday October 28th at 8:00pm

PERFORMANCE Saturday October 29th at 8:00pm

PERFORMANCE Monday October 31st at 7:30pm (Pay What You Can)

PERFORMANCE Thursday November 3rd at 7:30pm

PERFORMANCE Friday November 4th at 8:00pm

PERFORMANCE Saturday November 5th at 8:00pm

PERFORMANCE Monday November 7th at 7:30pm (Pay What You Can)

PERFORMANCE Thursday November 10th at 7:30pm

PERFORMANCE Friday November 11th at 8:00pm

CLOSING NIGHT Saturday November 12th at 8:00pm


Director                                                                                       Carson McCain

Assistant Director                                                                     Larsen Nichols

Producer/Production Manager                                              Drew Wall

Stage Manager                                                                           Katie Ibrahim*

Technical Director/Asst. Prod. Manager                               José Torres

Scenic Designer                                                                         Cindy Ernst Godinez

Costume Designer                                                                     Amanda Capshaw

Sound Designer                                                                          John Flores

Lighting Designer                                                                      Jacob Hughes

Fight/Violence Choreographer                                               Kelsey Milbourn

COVID Safety Officer                                                                Kelly Kolff


William Snelgrave                                                                  Gregory Lush*

Darcy Snelgrave                                                                      Christie Vela*

Bunce                                                                                         Drew Wall*

Morse                                                                                       Monserrat Rodriguez

Kabe               Carson Wright