Limited Syracuse Engagement Of A Two Person Hybrid-improv Theater Show Announced

The Contemporary Theater Syracuse proudly presents a limited engagement of Sewer Rats Production of Life in Eight Parts on September 29 and 30 at 8pm at The Genesee Grande Hotel's Mayflower Theater.

Recent SUNY Oswego graduates, Nolan Maher and Spencer Ventresca, who himself is an upstate NY native, have teamed up to explore and unravel their life experiences in a semi-improvisational, semi-sketch show. The production comes directly from its smash opening at the Fringe Arts Festival in Philadelphia.

"Life in Eight Parts is an exploration of intrapersonal struggle and its' subsequent effects on intimacy and friendship," says Spencer Ventresca, writer and director. "It's a ride - what one person takes away from it may be completely different than another but it will definitely be fun for the audience."

"Spencer Ventresca and SRP are an emerging theatrical force to be seen and enjoyed."

- Christopher Carter Sanderson, Contemporary Theater Syracuse founder.

Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets: https://bpt.me/3606881 Run time: 60 minutes.

About Contemporary Theater Syracuse: CTS is a non-profit startup dedicated to small stage productions of new plays. CTS supports playwrights and nurturing the next generation of local and national theatre leaders.

About Sewer Rats Productions: Sewer Rats Productions is a newly organized collection of positive minded artists dedicated to producing and developing new works which offer a multitude of perspectives on art as a whole. Our mission is to create professional works that embrace compassion for all aspects of humanity.

About Philadelphia Fringe Arts Festival: The Fringe Festival is an annual celebration of the thriving arts in Philadelphia. The Festival includes performances from a wide array of art forms including theatre, dance, visual arts, and is expanding online with their Digital Fringe platform. During this time, the Philadelphia area is flooded with more than 1000 produced performances and exhibitions.

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