Isn’t Shakespeare really long and hard to understand?
Perhaps some productions of Shakespeare’s plays are long and hard to understand, but OUR productions most certainly are not. Our productions feel fast and fun. We bring these great stories to life in ways that are vibrant, unexpected and also very clear. We think Shakespeare’s characters and language are unforgettable and speak to folks in every age and we pride ourselves on proving that belief with every project.
What does “immersive” mean?
Every production we do will be a little different, but basically it means we treat our audiences as more than mere spectators. Audience members are encouraged to participate in the story as it unfolds around them. Sometimes that means actors will talk to you, or drink with you or dance with you. Sometimes that means you’ll be encouraged to move around during performances. Sometimes that means you’ll get to act out a role in the play! At the end of the day, how much or little you participate is up to you, but we do hope you’ll let yourself give in to the fun and energy of this shared experience.
I’m under 21 or I don’t like to drink. Should I still come to your Shows?
Young one, since we’re performing in bars and there is beer all around, our events are 21 and over. Come and hang out with us in a few years!
For those of you who are not drinkers, that’s totally okay! Our productions are awesome sober, too.
Do you ever produce plays by folks other than Shakespeare?
Hell yeah! We’ve branched out and added a little Anton Chekhov to the mix, we got a little spooky with Bram Stoker and definitely needed a drink after talking politics and family with Molière. We’re all about classic stories told in reimagined and exciting ways!
This is AWESOME! How do I get involved?
We’re glad you’re excited! Sign up for our mailing list so we can keep you in the loop about what we’re up to.
The best way to get involved is to come to a show and hang out with us afterward. Tell us about yourself! Also, feel free to send us your your headshot, résumé, interests, etc. We’ll add you to our database.
Where did your company name come from?
Our company was born in bars and we wanted a name to reflect our personality, which is aggressively un-stuffy. THREE DAY HANGOVER refers to the fact that we, the three founders, still like to go out and let loose from time to time, but our way-not-in-college-anymore bodies have started paying a higher price for all that fun come morning…and the next…and sometimes even the morning after that.