Bricolage Production Company, nationally recognized for unconventional works like STRATA and their immersive co-production, SAINTS TOUR, has been invited to bring OjO: The Next Generation of Travel to La Jolla Playhouse’s critically acclaimed Without Walls (WoW) Festival.
There’s something in the dirt.
Conceived and written by playwright Molly Rice, SAINTS TOUR is a site-specific play built intentionally for the neighborhood it occupies, taking the form of a bus & walking tour during which magical things happen.
Back for its 10th year, B.U.S. (Bricolage Urban Scrawl) is a fundraiser that puts theatre-making at the heart of the event. Bricolage collaborate with over 40 local theatre artists, asking them to risk their creative necks for this unconventional and exhilarating fundraiser experience.
Bedford Falls. 1946. “Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings!” Bricolage brings the spirit of the season to life right before your eyes (and ears) in our signature Midnight Radio style.
Plug it up and let loose your dirty pillows: It’s Prom Night!
Bricolage Production Company, nationally recognized for unconventional works like STRATA and invites audiences into the world of the blind in OjO: The Next Generation of Travel, presented as part of the Three Rivers Arts Festival.
Bricolage Urban Scrawl (B.U.S.) is Bricolage’s annual fundraiser that takes the form of a 24-hour theatre festival. We give 6 playwrights 12 hours to each write a 10-minute play inspired by a 90 minute rude in a city bus.
Midnight Radio meets Mystery Science Theatre 3000! Come celebrate the holidays with our hilarious dubbed-over spin on classic animated holiday favorites.
WordPlay is a new spin on the age-old tradition of storytelling. With brazen honesty and creativity, actors, comedy writers, and everyday people read their own stories while our DJ spins a real-time soundtrack using anything from Brahms to Beyoncé. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll get an extremely intimate look into the life of a total stranger.
We’re celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the original broadcast of the Mercury Theater’s classic end-of-the-world radio play, War of the Worlds – with a Pittsburgh spin.