June 22 - June 23

Summer 10 Minute Play Festival

Summer 10 Minute Play Festival

Monkey With a Hat On is dedicated to providing contemporary, relevant, inexpensive theater pieces geared towards, but not exclusively for the younger generations. It’s surprising that some, but not all theater has become some sort of upper class soiree club where people buy tickets for $8,000 to see wealthy people stories. This is bullshit.

Theater is for all of us, and it should be relevant to our lives. Theater is the oldest human art form. Theater is people getting together to share a series of moments, sharing the same experience, and providing a psychic medium where thoughts, emotions, and human histories are exchanged in real time. It is the duty of Monkey With a Hat On to provide pertinent, entertaining, and thought provoking theater for five bucks to the wonderful people of Portland, OR. There are many productions on the horizon, and plenty of room on the boat for everyone willing – man, woman, or monkey.

06/22/2018 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

Other Showtimes

Online tickets are available until 5:30pm on each of the performance dates. While we encourage you to get your tickets ahead of time, we save tickets to purchase at the door each night. So if it is after 5:30pm and you are unable to purchase tickets online, come to the theater box office.

In the Summer 10MPF you'll experience a noir tale about a 1950s married couple and their trusty paperboy, a boss teaching her employee the best way to fly fish, a new take on a Midsummer Night's Dream that occurs on a park bench, one mom's attempt to keep her troubled son enrolled in summer camp, two sisters lost at Burning Man, a friendly lemonade stand turns into a cut throat neighborhood competition, two camp counselors daring for intimacy with a killer on the loose, a desperate mother and her bratty daughter interrupt a relaxing summer day, and a couple campers run into a bummed out Smokey the Bear and try to reignite his passion.

Monkey With a Hat On is dedicated to providing contemporary, relevant, inexpensive theater pieces geared towards, but not exclusively for the younger generations. It’s surprising that some, but not all theater has become some sort of upper class soiree club where people buy tickets for $8,000 to see wealthy people stories. This is bullshit.

Theater is for all of us, and it should be relevant to our lives. Theater is the oldest human art form. Theater is people getting together to share a series of moments, sharing the same experience, and providing a psychic medium where thoughts, emotions, and human histories are exchanged in real time. It is the duty of Monkey With a Hat On to provide pertinent, entertaining, and thought provoking theater for five bucks to the wonderful people of Portland, OR. There are many productions on the horizon, and plenty of room on the boat for everyone willing – man, woman, or monkey.