The Wheel Theatre Company: A Burial Place
March 8 – 17, 2018

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The Wheel Theatre Company:
A Burial Place 

By: Owen Panettieri
Directed by: Elizabeth Floyd

March 8 – 16, 2018
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm
March 17
Saturday at 3pm

$20 General / $15 DCAC Members at door

Following a rough sophomore year at college, Emmett, Colby and Marcus were hoping to reunite at home for a fun night of beers and laughs at their annual summer sleepover. Instead, they come back to find their town at the epicenter of a major police investigation. A gruesome discovery out in the woods where they used to play has resulted in public outrage and a growing list of unanswered questions. What’s been found out there could be connected to an incident involving Marcus from years earlier, but if the boys go in search of the truth now, it may only pull them apart forever. Some secrets, no matter how far you push them down, never find a place to rest.

Tickets available here.

In Your Ear
March 18, 2018

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In Your Ear

Curated by Meg Ronan and Mike Walsh.

March 18, 2018
Sunday at 3 pm
$5 General/ FREE for DCAC Members

Natalie Eilbert is the author of Indictus, winner of Noemi Press’s 2016 Poetry Prize, which published in January 2018, as well as the poetry collection, Swan Feast (Bloof Books, 2015). Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Granta, The New Yorker, Tin House, The Kenyon Review, jubilat, and elsewhere. She was the recipient of the 2016 Jay C. and Ruth Halls Poetry Fellowship at University of Wisconsin–Madison and is the founding editor of The Atlas Review.

Donald Illich’s work has appeared in literary journals such as The Iowa Review, LIT, Nimrod, Passages North, Rattle, and Sixth Finch. He has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and received a scholarship from the Nebraska Summer Writers Conference. He won Honorable Mention in the Washington Prize book contest and was a “Discovery”/Boston Review 2008 Poetry Contest semifinalist. Gold Wake Press named his full-length manuscript a finalist during their 2015 open reading. He self-published a chapbook, Rocket Children, in 2012, and published another chapbook in 2016, The Art of Dissolving (Finishing Line Press). His full-length manuscript, Chance Bodies, will be published in 2018 by The Word Works. He is a writer-editor who lives and works in Rockville, Maryland.

Meg Ronan is the author of the obligatory garnish argument (SpringGun Press) and the chapbook The Friendship Blog. She is a cancer moon and she works at Bridge Street Books in Washington, DC. She has a lot of emotional needs.

Tickets available here. 

In Your Ear poetry series is generously sponsored by Bridge Street Books.