And Where Will You Put the Things You Save

And Where Will You Put the Things You SaveAlleyway Theatre
Alleyway Theater
October 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28

“Nick Moeright is a criminal defense lawyer who has had an accident that has made him a wheelchair user. The night before his comeback case, he discovers that his sister, Ericka, for whom he has recently become responsible and who has high-functioning autism, has been bio-hacked. Willingly! Nick plans to confront the people who did it—just as soon as he can find them.

Alex, Nick’s fiancé, argues that it’s Ericka who’s responsible, both for the bio-hack and for herself. It’s another strike for Nick when, while recovering from his accident, Alex began to radicalize and has now become, inarguably, an eco-terrorist. The increasing pitch of Alex’s activism threatens a rift between the two men even as he works to strengthen the relationship between Nick and Ericka and also help guide Nick through his final stage of healing – acceptance.

But when Nick finally confronts the bio-hackers, it’s Alex who needs to accept the unexpected and unsettling outcome.”

Written by: Baroness Von Smith
Directed by: Virginia Brannon

Steve Brachman
Jessica Levesque

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We’re All Superheroes!

THANK YOU to everyone who came out for our We’re All Superheroes! – Participatory Theater Workshop!

We brainstormed, we wrote, we laughed, we played, we ate ice cream, we plotted, we planned, we wrote some more, we edited, we created sets, we practiced and we performed a 10 minute short play ALL IN ONE AFTERNOON!

With a little bit of massaging, we hope to have this play produced and ready to go for a Spring 2019 premier. Stay tuned!


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We’re All Superheroes! – Participatory Theater Workshop

Inclusive Theater of WNY is so excited to announce our next theater workshop, “We’re All Superheroes!”

So what is the “We’re All Superheroes” workshop? The workshop is a participatory theater event – meaning, we spend our time together “building” our performance before “staging” our performance later in the day!

We will act, craft, paint, write (and more!) during our workshop time together! It will be a day of play that is open to EVERYONE!!

The workshop starts promptly at 9am and runs until 3pm on Saturday, JULY 14, 2018 at The Foundry. There is a $20 cost for the event, which covers materials and lunch.

You can pay for your registration here: .

A limited number of scholarships are available. Please contact ITOWNY at the email/phone below to inquire.

Reservation/prepayment for the workshop is required to ensure that we have enough materials and lunch items.

For questions, please send us an email at or call 716-218-8129.

Hope to see you there!

My Story: An Evening of Personal Narratives

Aimèe Levesque

“I’m so very proud of and thankful for the cast of My Story: An Evening of Personal Narratives. They have worked so hard over the past few weeks; bravely and professionally sharing their experiences. They’ve laughed and cried. They made me laugh and cry! I cannot wait for you to see how very talented they all are!” -Aimèe Levesque: Founder and Executive Director

Photo credit: Bob Howard

My Story: An Evening of Personal Narratives

Marilyn Erentsen-Scott

Marilyn Erentsen-Scott is Inclusive Theater’s Artistic Director and we are SO THANKFUL to have her in our company!. She is also an accomplished actress and writer and is an all-around amazing human!

Photo Credit: Bob Howard

My Story: An Evening of Personal Narratives

Dallas Taylor

Rounding out our Halloween introductions is this handsome devil, Dallas Taylor! Dallas has participated in Inclusive Theater’s writing group and acting classes and is now ready to hit the stage! His humor and kindness are unparalleled and his improv skills are on point!

Photo credit: Bob Howard

My Story: An Evening of Personal Narratives

Alexandra Cartier

This gorgeous ghoul is Alexandra Cartier! Another new addition to Inclusive Theater, Alexandra is a powerhouse in the business world and is just as awesome on stage!

My Story: An Evening of Personal Narratives

Mike Rogers

Next up is the super spooky, Mike Rogers! While no stranger to public speaking, this is the self-proclaimed “sit down comic’s” first performance with Inclusive Theater!

Photo credit: Bob Howard