PARALLEL WALLS Runs Online Feb. 19-21 at Cincinnati Lab Theatre

LAB_Parallel Walls logoLAB is excited to announce that our seventh season continues this February with a live-streamed staged reading of PARALLEL WALLS by Jeffrey K. Miller.

Directed by Elizabeth a. Harris. Starring: Aaron Epstein, Eric Kilpatrick, Adam Bass, Rachael Maye Aronoff, Linda Callahan, and Torie Pate.

A vicious hate crime involving three young men quickly casts victim and predator, but is there a greater shared victimhood? What is the media’s responsibility in skewing the narrative to fit a mold?

PARALLEL WALLS illuminates the complicated motivations of these men through the framework of contrasting family histories. It’s an exploration of masculinity, love, sexual stigma, and a great psychological paradox: do we build walls to keep others out, or to keep something in?

Join us on February 19th, 20th, and 21st 2021 at 7pm via zoom. Tickets will be available for purchase on Tikly’s website at: https://go.tikly.co/cincinnatilabtheatre

All performances will be performed remotely and live-streamed via Zoom on the show dates only. Once you have purchased a ticket you will not be sent a link to access the show until the date of the performance. Thirty minutes before show time you will be sent a link and password for the Zoom performance via email to access the show.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to seeing you all at the live-stream!

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