Stray Cat Theatre's 2018-2019 Season
TWO MILE HOLLOW
By Leah Nanako Winkler
January 18 – February 2, 2019
at Tempe Center for the Arts
Directed by Louis Farber
An unapologetic and savage new comedy
When the Donnellys gather to divide their belongings after the sale of their oceanfront mansion, both metaphorical and literal storms start brewing. As this completely messy Caucasian family comes together with their POC personal assistant, Charlotte, some really, really complicated and totally unique secrets are revealed while white wine spills. TWO MILE HOLLOW explores the age old genre of plays about affluent white families retreating to their waterfront homes to battle it out with brutality, awe and compassion. Only this time, precisely none of the white characters are played by white actors. “…blistering…unrelentingly hilarious.” – Chicago Tribune
A NOTE ON PARKING
The parking lot of the Tempe Center for the Arts is currently under construction for the new IDEA campus and parking garage. During construction, free parking is still available but we do encourage you to plan ahead with your arrival.Please enter the temporary publicparking lot at Rio Salado Parkway and Hardy Dr.There are signs pointing the way. At the parking lot, there will be a courtesy golf cart driving people back and forth between the lot and the TCA every 10-15 minutes. The walk between the lot and the TCA along the Lake/riverbed is only about 5 minutes.
Use this map as a reference.