Final Fall Fun! (In the works)

As aumtumn wraps up, we are preparing some new projects. Here’s a taste:

  • Devising a new play together based on ideas we will be pulling out of a hat soon. (Submissions are closed for this particular play.)
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  • Pre-production for new web series; details should be coming soon.
  • Pre-production for our next radio play series; theme to be revealed soon.
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Our 48 Hour Film Low-Down

We had a load of fun participating as a new film-making team for the D.C. 48 Hour Horror Film Project.

Out of the 2 sub-genres we chose Cannibalism and produced a short film titled RARE.

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Synopsis: Seliyah, the CEO of a local business is hosting a cocktail party for her birthday. Everyone at party is in the business leadership and is a cannibal who have been inducted into her culinary palate. Newcommer to the business Carmen, who is hoping for a promotion, has been invited to be initaited into the ways of the business with the big wigs. But to be brought into the fold she must kill the main course with her wife Marie. But Marie has doubts about killing her live food. Carmen and Marie reach a boiling point in their relationship as they confront the steaks of their life and death task. This decision about what it means to be human and o be food is a turning point in their relationship, alters their lives forever.

  • To watch it click here
  • To see our trailer click here
  • To check out our behind the scenes video, click here.

Our Autumn Awesome & Peep into Winter

We are thrilled to share that we are participating in the
D.C. 48 Hour Hour Horror Film Project THIS weekend!!!

The screening will be on Halloween at the E St. Cinema at 9:15 p.m. We are scheduled in the same screening group as our friends in Liberated Muse. We also look forward to competing against the other talented teams including Marketa’s alma mater, the National Conservatory of the Dramatic Arts (“NCDA”).

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We are also preparing to publish our Halloween Radio Play Series.

We hope you have a fun and spooky autumn with us.

And for your peep into winter; we are also in pre-production for a new web series; updates to come.

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Summer Breeze Round-up

Hey World!

TMD Theater has had an awesome and BUSSSSY summer.

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  • We recorded our first ever radio plays — click here to listen
  • We has a blast workshopping new plays & musicals at the Kennedy Center’s Page to Stage Festival (see photos above)
    • Thank you soooo much to all the artists who helped make these performances possible!!! 🙂
  • We introduced ourselves to Baltimore through Liberated Muse‘s C3: Creative Creatives Creating
  • We transitionined into Autumn via a listening party of our summer campfire radio plays
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Preview: Women Playwrights Set to Take Page-to-Stage by Storm

We are featured in the DC Metro Theater Arts Preview Aricle too among other AMAZING theater and musical companies, groups, and playwrights presenting shows at the Kennedy Center’s #PageToStage Festival this Labor Day Weekend.  DC Metro Theater Arts (DCMTA) is a theater site that writes reviews, interviews, and articles about professional, community, university, school, and children’s theatre in the DC Metro area.

Featured groups include: Open Stage, Liberated Muse, The Coil Project, Wednesday Verses, The Welders, Naked Theater Company, Theatre Prometheus, and Woolly Mammoth Theater Company.

Aricle Excerpt: Click HERE for more 🙂

Want to see some really cool plays with women at the helm of the production? We’ve got great news for you! Women playwrights and women-led theater companies are ready to entertain you at the Kennedy Center’s 16th Annual Page-to-Stage New Works Festival September 2 – 4. This year women’s works span the spectrum from dramas to comedies to musicals to competitions. All shows are free. These talented women are modern muses who are more than just the inspiration for shows, they’re the whole theater package – writers, directors, actors, set and costume designers, and producers galore. Here’s a quick guide to a few amazing performances you won’t want to miss. Please come and #StickAround the festival with us! You won’t regret it!