The Truck Project
Theater. In trucks.
Applying ingenuity to 24 feet of empty space, each show transforms the back of a truck into an immersive and intimate performance environment.
FISH and OBFUSCATION
A double bill of short plays
by Jean Ann Douglass and Eric John Meyer
Now running through June 29
Somewhere in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Exact coordinates delivered the day of each performance to ticket holders only
FISH is the story of Harvey the therapy fish.
It is also the story of a newlywed couple Harvey is charged with helping.
Harvey is wise. Harvey is caring. Harvey eats dandruff.
And he holds many secrets.
In our free* seminar, OBFUSCATION, you will learn the secret to words that work
and phrases that do your bidding.
The word Obfuscation may be defined as the act of obscuring or confusing
--but do words really mean anything, ever?
*Obfuscation seminar is free with price of ticket.
What the what?
Give me the lowdown on what this is like.
Here's what's going to happen.
You buy a ticket.
We email you at 4pm the day of the show.
That email tells you where to meet us at 8pm.
The directions will be detailed.
You show up.
We let you in to the back of our truck with 15 other people.
You watch one play.
We send you to a nearby bar to use the facilities for intermission.
We come get you.
You come back in the truck.
You watch a second play.
It's different from the first.
You then have optional drinks with the two of us.
Is the truck in motion during the show?
No, that would be crazy.
What's the running time for this?
The current shows, FISH and OBFUSCATION, are about 35 minutes each, with a 15 minute intermission in between. So your evening with us will be around 1 hour and 25 minutes. Longer if you stay for optional drinks.
I'm nervous/excited/anxious/skeptical. Can I email you my feelings?
Do you have a mailing list I can sign up for?
What happens if it rains?
You're seated in the truck with us, so we might have to talk louder, but the show goes on.
The show I want to go to is sold out.
That's a bummer, but what can we say? We're popular. If we do have have extra tickets we can release for sale, we announce it on Facebook.
Do I have to buy tickets in advance?
Absolutely. We need to be able to tell you where to find us. Tickets are on sale until 4pm the day of the show.
Are you currently accepting donations?
That's so sweet of you to ask! We are, actually. You can add a donation to your ticket purchase.