The show is now up! Spoonie Theatre’s production of It Started with an Allergy can now be viewed on YouTube. Go and see this virtual one-woman show about endometriosis and watch a wrestling match with a uterus!
My one-woman play It Started with an Allergy will stream in an online, multi-media production, starting on January 15, 2022!
Produced by Spoonie Theatre, starring Annette Devitt, and directed by Anna Ashkenazie Bush, It Started with an Allergy is my painfully funny solo show about the 8+ years it took before I was diagnosed with endometriosis. Tune in to Spoonie Theatre’s YouTube channel to see what they’re all about.
In the meantime, have a look at the promo videos below, and see what the first production looked like under PHOTOS.
My play It Started With an Allergy will soon have an entirely made-for-online production! Check out Spoonie Theatre on Facebook for details.
THANK YOU to everyone who attended the reading of Alex and Michael and Hannah last night. A play isn’t a play without an audience, it’s truly impossible to know if a play works until you can hear the reaction to it, so you will be a huge help in improving the script, and getting it onstage!
Thank you to Script Salon, Holy Trinity, Playwrights Guild of Canada, and Alberta Playwrights Network for putting on the reading.
AND to the amazing director and cast for making the reading happen…ESPECIALLY Jake Tkaczyk for stepping in 30 minutes before rehearsal began yesterday!
Here’s to confirm that the reading of Alex and Michael and Hannah will be live-streamed, here, at 7:30 pm Mountain Time on October 17, 2021. Tune in and behold!
Thank you to all the actors who’ve signed up! We’ll see you (online) April 6!
We’ll be unveiling the cast of Alex and Michael and Hannah here, on April 15, 2020.
Thank you to everyone who has signed up so far to do video auditions for Alex and Michael and Hannah. Take a Bite Productions will be accepting sign-ups until noon tomorrow, March 29, 2020. For further details, please check here.
In the meantime, stay safe and healthy.