Serious Adverse Effects by Derek Lee McPhatter
An unconventional scientist is on the cusp of a cure for a mysterious disease. But to complete her research she must find forgiveness from a family with no reason to trust her and embrace the transformative potential of her own healing.
From the marvels of the modern laboratory to the inner depths of the human psyche, "Serious Adverse Effects" is an imaginative contemporary drama unfolding at a collision of medical ethics, blood memory, and forgiveness.
Directed by Noah Silas ("Give Me Moonlight", 2020).
All performances will be live, and available both online and in person at Motor House, 120 W. North Avenue Baltimore. Ticket prices are per person for in-person attendance; per device for online streaming.
Special Discount: Our customary "Industry Night" performance is on Wednesday, May 12th. Tickets are only $15 (regular price $24).
In-person attendance will follow strict COVID safety protocols:
* Cast, crew, staff, and all audience members will be masked at all times.
* Although the City of Baltimore allows 50% capacity for indoor live theater, we are limiting the number of in-person attendees so as not to exceed 25% of venue occupancy (including cast, crew, and staff).
* Audience members will be physically distanced in the theater, using a pod seating arrangement.
* Temperature checks will be conducted, and audience information logged for contact tracing purposes.
For the safety of our workers, additional measures have been taken: All participants have proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID test results prior to any in-person rehearsal, where temperatures will be taken and masks worn at all times.
Motor House (View)
120 W. North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
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