• Streaming online as a virtual event Thanksgiving Week November 24 - 28

    Tickets are on sale now!

    Event 1 - Tues 11/24 @7 (EST) Origami Monologue & Leading Men

    Event 2 - Wed 11/25 @2 (EST) Becoming Burroughs & Chubby Little Half-Jew Meets Skinny Little Italian Boy

    Event 3 - Wed 11/25 @7 (EST) Chubby Little Half-Jew Meets Skinny Little Italian Boy & Origami Monologue

    Event 4 - Fri 11/27 @7 (EST) Leading Men & Becoming Burroughs

    Event 5 - Sat 11/28 @2 (EST) Origami Monologue & Becoming Burroughs

    Event 6 - Sat 11/28 @7 (EST) Chubby Little Half-Jew Meets Skinny Little Italian Boy & Leading Men

    Ticket buyers who are not able to watch the live streaming event will be given a link to watch a recording starting 1 day after the event

    and watchable anytime for 5 days throughout the week

     

    Featuring Kuniko Yamamoto (2019 SaraSolo Outstanding Performance Art Award) who returns to SaraSolo with a new solo play, ORIGAMI MONOLOGUE, a profound and deeply personal tale from a master of storytelling and origami.

     

    Booker High VPA senior Kaity Cairo, performs CHUBBY LITTLE HALF-JEW MEETS SKINNY LITTLE ITALIAN BOY,

    a charming, touching, and surprisingly wise reflection of teenage love, which was developed through the SaraSolo

    education program, SoloSynergy. Marcus Cruz, Director

     

    Slake Counts, premieres his new play BECOMING BURROUGHS. In a jarring, sometimes harrowing and circuitous journey

    through some of his most controversial works, ideas and experiences, Counts as writer William S. Burroughs re-examines his life, friends, and family. Anna Brennen, Director and Script Consultant

     

    SaraSolo co-founder and managing director Blake Walton, reprises his LEADING MEN (2013 United Solo “Best Premiere Award”), a deeply moving memoir of a man’s lifelong quest to learn to be the best son and father he can be. "Leading Men is remarkably immediate and revealing and honest and delivered with an unflinching intimacy that’s all too rare even in the arena of solo theater." (Martin Denton, Indie Theater Now) Ann Morrison, Director