Welcome

to LAB

We are a professional theater company focused on the development of new works and new artists.

Who We Are

 LAB's 2020 SEASON
SKIN HUNGRY
by Erin Mallon
April 16, 2020 - April 26, 2020

Ruth is a 74-year old woman. Rowan is a 23-year-old man. They’re in love. And Ruth’s 43-year-old son, Jim, is freaking the hell out.

The Meredith Brothers 
by Jeffery Kinghorn
June 18, 2020 - June 28, 2020

A story of two brothers who were separated from each other very early in life. The older brother has been waiting for the return of the other; while, the younger brother has no idea what happened until they finally meet.

July 18, 2020 - July 21, 2020

Extraction 
by A.J. DeLauder
August 20, 2020 - August 30, 2020

Monica Foers, a struggling photojournalist from The Washington Gazette, has been sent on assignment to Welch, West Virginia, to document the decline of coal miners in the land made famous by Homer Hickam and October Sky. But when Monica accidentally travels to beautiful little Walsh, West Virginia instead, she decides to use the local townspeople's histories and images to create the downtrodden caricatures she expected to find. Little does Monica realize that her exploitation may ultimately rob Walsh of far more than just a few pictures.

Creating Monsters 
by Owen Robertson
October 15, 2020 - October 25, 2020

In 1816 young Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley traveled to Lake Geneva with her husband Percy and half-sister Claire. Pregnant with her third child, wondering about her place in the world, questioning her ability to be a mother, and trying to hold her own with some of the sharpest minds of the 17th Century, Mary lives in a world of enlightened ideas, open sexuality, and free morals surrounded by Lord Byron and Percy she is challenged to find her voice as a writer and story teller and during this year of no summer she spawns one of the greatest stories of all time. 

November 14, 2020

Bringing new works to life
Support LAB
Every dollar given to LAB supports the work we do. 
It allows us to pay actors, directors, designers, stage managers, playwright's stipend, and for equipment. Your donation is tax deductible through our fiscal sponsorship by Fractured Atlas a 501(c)3 company.
LAB News
What is going on at LAB? We send out a quarterly newsletter that will let you know what is brewing. You will read about season information, classes, industry news, fundraisers, and more.

Welcome

to LAB

We are a professional theater company focused on the development of new works and new artists.

Who We Are

 LAB's 2020 SEASON
Bringing new works to life
Skin Hungry
by Erin Mallon
April 16, 2020 - April 26, 2020

POSTPONED

Ruth is a 74-year old woman. Rowan is a 23-year-old man. They’re in love. And Ruth’s 43-year-old son, Jim, is freaking the hell out.

The Meredith Brothers 
by Jeffery Kinghorn
July 10, 2020 - July 12, 2020
(with possible extension)

A story of two brothers who were separated from each other very early in life. The older brother has been waiting for the return of the other; while, the younger brother has no idea what happened until they finally meet.

July 18, 2020 - July 21, 2020

Extraction 
by A.J. DeLauder
August 20, 2020 - August 30, 2020

Monica Foers, a struggling photojournalist from The Washington Gazette, has been sent on assignment to Welch, West Virginia, to document the decline of coal miners in the land made famous by Homer Hickam and October Sky. But when Monica accidentally travels to beautiful little Walsh, West Virginia instead, she decides to use the local townspeople's histories and images to create the downtrodden caricatures she expected to find. Little does Monica realize that her exploitation may ultimately rob Walsh of far more than just a few pictures.

Creating Monsters 
by Owen Robertson
October 15, 2020 - October 25, 2020

In 1816 young Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley traveled to Lake Geneva with her husband Percy and half-sister Claire. Pregnant with her third child, wondering about her place in the world, questioning her ability to be a mother, and trying to hold her own with some of the sharpest minds of the 17th Century, Mary lives in a world of enlightened ideas, open sexuality, and free morals surrounded by Lord Byron and Percy she is challenged to find her voice as a writer and story teller and during this year of no summer she spawns one of the greatest stories of all time. 

November 14, 2020

Bringing new works to life
Support LAB
Every dollar given to LAB supports the work we do. 
It allows us to pay actors, directors, designers, stage managers, playwright's stipend, and for equipment. Your donation is tax deductible through our fiscal sponsorship by Fractured Atlas a 501(c)3 company.
LAB News
What is going on at LAB? We send out a quarterly newsletter that will let you know what is brewing. You will read about season information, classes, industry news, fundraisers, and more.

EXCITING THINGS PEOPLE,

EXCITING THINGS

 

LAB Theater Project has moved and our new space is located at

812 E. Henderson Avenue

Tampa, FL 33602

LAB will be welcoming everyone to our new space as we kick off our 2020 Season 

(Rescheduled performance dates yet to be determined.)

 

Keep up to date with LAB Theater Project and its upcoming season here on our website at labtheaterproject.com 

or on Facebook @LabTheater 

You can always signup for LAB’s newsletter too.        

CONTACT US

PERFORMANCE TIMES

Phone: (813) 586-4272

Email: Information@labtheaterproject.com

Facebook: @LabTheater

Thursday - Saturday: 8:00pm
Sunday: 3:00pm​
House opens one half hour before curtain.

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