WELCOME TO THE MASKED COLLECTIVE
A New Approach to Theatre During Quarantine. 100% Online.
THE SMALL STAGE REVIEWS NO "SERIOUS STUFF"
We are THRILLED to see No "Serious Stuff” receive such a great review from Russ Bickerstaff from The Small Stage!
“The Masked Collective did a truly admirable job of delivering a completely new, locally-written drama to the screen in the premiere of No “Serious Stuff”. The two-person drama written by local playwright Emily Elliott is endearingly captivating....No “Serious Stuff” is a crushingly intimate portrait of two people.”
NO SERIOUS STUFF PERFORMANCES
On December 11th at 7PM EDT, we will be streaming "No 'Serious Stuff'" by Emily Elliott! The livestream will be available for ten days following the performance. Please support our artists by donating a few dollars to our Venmo @Masked-Collective which will be distributed equally between the artists involved! Check out our Facebook Event in the link below to find out more about the artists involved, and keep a lookout for the Youtube link!
CURRENTLY ACCEPTING PLAY SUBMISSIONS
Do you have a script or music you’ve been sitting on? We’d love to see if we can produce it as part of our virtual season! This opportunity is great for student/early career playwrights and composers. Please email your script to firstname.lastname@example.org Additionally, if you are interested in working behind the scenes in any way, please fill out the interest form below.
INTRODUCING THE COMPOSER OF OPEN, STAY, ANNA DENOIA
Born in New Jersey and raised in the northern Chicago suburbs, Anna DeNoia is a senior Theatre, Writing and Business student at James Madison University. As well as a composer, Anna is also a passionate performer, playwright, comedian, and prankster. After graduation, she hopes to continue pursuing her passions in Chicago full time.
OUR FIRST PERFORMANCE!
Our inaugural production, Open, Stay by Anna DeNoia, was live-streamed to Youtube on August 15th. It was directed by Hunter Carrico, and we were able to raise over $1500 from audience members, which allowed us to pay each of the artists involved over $100. Click on the link below to check out the finale!