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Overtime Theater Presents World Premiere of ‘The Last Days of Oscar Wilde’

Overtime Theater Presents World Premiere of ‘The Last Days of Oscar Wilde’

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. From its early days in the Blue Star Arts Complex to its stint in the shadow of the Pearl, The Overtime Theater has consistently captured our attention with truly unusual (even absurd) programming that’s taken shape in nearly 100 original works since its inception back in 2007. Having

Last Call for ‘Seven Card Stud’ at Overtime Theatre

Greg Barrio’s play Seven Card Stud will be the Overtime Theatre’s final production staged at its current location on Camden Street near the Pearl. The theatre company has announced plans to relocate to the city’s Northwest side. Seven Card Stud takes place 20 years after Barrios’ previous play, Rancho Pancho, which chronicled playwright Tennesee Williams’ short-lived

The Overtime Hosts World Premiere of Spooky Gay Comedy ‘Ghostbears’

While it champions Texas-bred productions, the wild and wacky Overtime Theater also stages offbeat works concocted by like-minded playwrights from across the nation. Given his track record fusing Goth culture, Netflix fandom and David Attenborough-inspired nature docs (Among the Squirrels), not to mention setting a Greek myth in a 1950s-era Arizona diner (Iphigenia in Kingman),

Veteran Erika Land explores repercussions of war in local performance of ‘PTSD and Me’

A one-woman show commemorates Veteran’s Day by encouraging a discussion about Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD and Me: A Journey Told Though Poetry will be presented at The Overtime Theater on Sunday, November 8, at 6 p.m. Author, activist, poet, and performer Erika Land is a 21st-century war poet known for her creative writing and her involvement in the lesbian

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