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paper chairs is proud to premiere


a new play by paper chairs co-founder and local playwright Elizabeth Doss that explores a nuclear family born of World War II as it blows apart over the globe.

July 23-Aug 8 (Thurs-Sat)
Salvage Vanguard Theater

On an Air Force base outside Abilene, TX, Anne, a rancher’s daughter, and Walter, a globe-trotting journalist, conceive a child in the heat of wartime frenzy. The two recklessly elope to the Trujillo-oppressed Dominican Republic and face the edges and ends of themselves. Based on the legacy from Doss’s own mid-century Texan relatives, MAST is a photograph that spans the decades of Anne and Walter’s estranged lives, un-posed, only half-exposed and lost at sea.

Production: paper chairs
Text: Elizabeth Doss
Direction: Diana Lynn Small
Scenic design: Lisa Laratta
Lighting design: Natalie George
Costume design: Mercedes O’Bannion
Music: Mark Stewart
Co-Producers: Rachel Dendy & Spring Karlo
Featuring: Katie Bender, Jesse Bertron, Noel Gaulin, Tiffany Nicely-Williams & Sean Moran

$15-$25 sliding scale general admission & $10 Thursdays!

Join us after the performance of MAST on Saturday Aug. 1 for a conversation on turning old stories into new work hosted by MAST playwright Elizabeth Doss with Scriptworks Executive Director Christi Moore and theatre artists Rudy Ramirez and Vicky Boone.

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Questions? email info@paperchairs.com or call 512-686-6621

This production has been generously funded by The Creative Fund’s Q Rental Subsidy Grant program. The Creative Fund is a funding mechanism that provides much needed support to local performing artists enabling them to further their creative endeavors.