The Floating Theater: Our New Season

Valerie Fox

(2120-21-22 Offerings)

All for one fee, ending in Winter.

The Scarlet Ibis. Lieutenant Frank, the TV detective, returns from his previous opera last year, minus the sing-song. He brings along one of his episodes from the animal tradition. There was a time when Ibis was more than just a brand. He was a bird! Watch the hatching and the bluish specimens in jars.  Every other night, a worldly orphan returns from the other hemisphere, where Ibis are accidental.  The Lieutenant gestures a lot with his hands, making sure everyone in the house has a chance to pet a live one.

Whip and Cutlery. When is desire not enough? Immerse yourself in this ravishing, drawing room comedy. It’s kind of bifurcated, featuring sex-toys, robot-dogs, robot-toys, artists’ models, and a new hangover remedy. The antagonist, Princess Roux, wears the placid face of your choice. Be sure to upload your choice when you present your ticket. The princess causes crowd favorite Rosie to pine away and almost give up her baby and silver, and who then gets to come back as a wise hobo.

Leave non-florescent times behind when you step into our world-stage experience: Chasing the Fog. Passport required, dice.¬† You are the leading player. Calories may take many forms, say, splotchy mirrors. We offer thematic (flowery) drinks in the mezzanine Bar Torpor, before during and after ‚Äúintermission.‚ÄĚ The company has been training like there‚Äôs no day after tomorrow for this future history of food and lots of species. Drawing paper will be handed out but don‚Äôt be put off. There will be steak.

 

Valerie Fox’s books include The Rorschach Factory, The Glass Book, and Insomniatic. She’s published writing in The Café Irreal, Cleaver, Juked, New Flash Fiction Review, The Cabinet of Heed, Hanging Loose, MacQueen’s Quinterly, and Ellipsis Zine and other journals. Valerie's books include The Rorschach Factory, The Glass Book, and Insomniatic. A story of hers is appears in The Group of Seven Reimagined: Contemporary Stories Inspired by Historic Canadian Paintings. She teaches at Drexel University in Philadelphia. With co-author Lynn Levin, she published Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets (2nd Edition)