Missoula theater company puts challenging full-length double feature on stage
In their third-ever production, the new Missoula-based theater company, THTR & CO., will be tackling timely and tough subjects on stage.
The upcoming show at the Zootown Arts Community Center will feature two plays, “Stop Kiss,” written by Diana Son, and “Poolside Glow” written by Luis Roberto Herrera.
If you go
THTR & CO. will present a double feature of the two plays Wednesday-Saturday, May 24-27, at the ZACC Show Room. Doors open at 7 p.m., show at 7:30. $15 or $10 for students. Contains adult language.
Both plays look at the diverse and sometimes difficult relationships between women. The plays also examine how women in the LGBTQ+ community work through trials often imposed upon them through intolerance, hate and societal persecution.
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The productions are not for all ages and some scenes act out violence and contain cursing. But the plays are also beautiful tales of the real things that women and those in the LGBTQ+ community face, said Kinsey Sternad, the play’s director and one of the founders of THTR & CO.
The idea to put these two plays together came after Morgan Solonar, a friend of Sternad’s, proposed a production