a world premiere written and directed by Blake Hackler
loosely adapted from An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen
Featuring STT Artistic Director Alex Organ
June 13 – July 7, 2018
(press opening June 15)
Tom, an intrepid urban planner, suspects that a new city-sponsored hot springs project may be more dangerous than the local government is willing to admit. But when Tom speaks out against the project, he is met with resistance from several unexpected sources. The divide between right and wrong proves to be anything but black and white, and Tom finds himself risking everything for a town that doesn’t seem to want his help. Second Thought continues its commitment to local playwrights with this thrilling world premiere play, written and directed by Blake Hackler (The Necessities). Loosely adapted from Ibsen’s classic political drama, An Enemy of the People, and starring STT Artistic Director Alex Organ, Enemies/People is a timely world-premiere about the search for truth in the age of alternative facts.
Wednesday June 13 (Pay-What-You-Can)
Thursday June 14 (Pay-What-You-Can)
Friday June 15 (Press Opening)
Saturday June 16
Monday June 18 (Pay-What-You-Can)
Thursday June 21
Friday June 22
Saturday June 23
Monday June 25 (Pay-What-You-Can)
Thursday June 28
Friday June 29
Saturday June 30
Monday July 2 (Pay-What-You-Can)
Thursday July 5
Friday July 6
Saturday July 7 (Closing Night)
Pay-What-You-Can tickets can be purchased at the box office the night of the performance. The box office opens one hour prior to show time and PWYC tickets will be sold based on availability. If you would like to secure your tickets in advance to a performance designated PWYC, you may purchase them online at the regular adult ticket price.
$15 student tickets are available to all performances of ENEMIES/PEOPLE. Student tickets can be purchased at the box office the night of the performance with a valid student ID. The box office opens one hour prior to show time and $15 student tickets will be sold based on availability. Students may purchase one $15 student ticket per ID.