2022-2023 TICKETS

Ticket holders get access to the livestream of that month’s reading, receive a virtual program, and get one week of exclusive access to the recording of the livestream before its release to the general public!

Walking Shadow Readers Theatre is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Ticket prices represent suggested donation per viewer and are tax deductible, however the Eventbrite processing fees are not tax deductible.


Can’t pick just one? With season tickets you don’t have to choose! Get tickets to every reading so you don’t miss out!

Proceed to Highlighted Route

by Erica Mann

December 16, 2022
Annabelle Powell has always dreaded Christmas with her parents. Luckily, this year, she has the perfect buffer — her good-natured fiancé, Jack. But her defenses are no match for what she finds when she arrives at her family home: the unveiling of a conversational A.I. of her brother, Milo, who was killed in an accident six months earlier. PROCEED TO HIGHLIGHTED ROUTE is an absurd tragedy that explores grief in the modern age.

Content Warning: Adult Language

Truth Be Told

by William Cameron

January 27, 2023
Kathleen Abedon is the mother of Julian Abedon who, one year earlier, allegedly carried out a mass shooting at a food warehouse that claimed the lives of 14 people, including Kathleen’s husband and Julian’s stepfather, Harlan Kenney. The shooting spree ended with Julian’s apparent suicide. When true-crime writer Jo Hunter comes to town to interview Kathleen for a book on the shooting, Kathleen seeks to convince the skeptical journalist that her son was framed for the shooting. At a time in our history when the truth is under daily attack, Truth Be Told explores the nature of objective truth and the ways in which we manipulate and distort it to serve our own ends.

Content Warning: Adult Language, Gun Violence, Abuse, Suicide

Is This All This Is

by Dave Osmundsen

February 24, 2023
Jamie, a non-binary Autistic lesbian, shows up at their aunt Theresa’s apartment one night after a contentious fight with their mother Barb. Over the next few days, these three, along with Theresa’s Autistic boyfriend Tyson, confront where they’ve been, where they are, and where they’re going.

Content Warning: Adult Language


by Maximillian Gill

March 31, 2023
Tracy has one dream: Make it big playing country music. She is all set for an important audition at Spittles, her local country and western bar in southern Maine. Unfortunately, the venue has been remade into a heavy metal bar overnight. Now Tracy has a potential disaster on her hands as her brand of acoustic string music will not go over well with an audience expecting head-banging metal. The venue’s manager Lloyd, her musical partner Marv, and her former partner Bella are little help with making the show go smoothly. Tracy must look beyond her own ego to mend the situation and bring everyone together for a show that will (hopefully) not be a total catastrophe.


by John Minigan

April 28, 2023
How do we become entrenched in the beliefs we hold, and what – if anything – can get us to walk away when those beliefs lead to chaos and destruction? Jordan’s mission to infiltrate and report on an apocalyptic religious community has ended in disaster. Questions from an unseen interrogator trigger and inform Jordan’s memories of her time undercover, force her to confront the series of choices she’s made, and decide whether the beliefs that guided her mission are any less dangerous than the beliefs of those in the group.

Content Warning: Adult Language, Violence


Can’t pick just one? With season tickets you don’t have to choose! Get tickets to every reading so you don’t miss out!

Walking Shadow Readers Theatre is an all volunteer organization. Your support allows us to compensate our artists for their work presenting our monthly readings. Ticket prices reflect the suggested donation per viewer, and only one ticket is needed per household.

If you are unable to donate, you can still reserve free tickets here.

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