They Break Up at the End
They Breakup at the End is an exploration of how love, hate, and acceptance occur throughout the course of the relationship between A and B. The two main characters are never given names, or genders, in an effort to explore how we all experience the same desire to find love, be loved, accept the failure of love.
This is a highly experimental theater piece, that plays with the concept of time and the progression of these two people trying to navigate themselves, and each other. The audience is invited two experience the same anxiety and dread that these two lovers do, while exposing their brokenness and need for connection.
There is something profound about love that fails, and discovering whether such a notion really exists. This piece brings the audience along with these two people, and aims to heighten the anxiety they feel given they know where this tale is heading.
Katy White (writer/performer): Katy white is a writer and actor from Colorado, who also splits her time in Washington, D.C. She graduated with an MFA in classical acting from the Shakespeare Theater Company's Academy for Classical Acting in 2021. Some of her roles include Mark Antony in "Julius Caesar", Yasha in "The Cherry Orchard", and Gwendolyn Fairfax in "The Importance of being Earnest. In 2022, her show "Hi, My Name Is..." was performed at Denver Fringe, Minnesota Fringe, and Pittsburgh Fringe (winner of Best Dramatic Writing). Katy is currently performing her newest one-woman show across the country, while also ignoring her laundry.
Ali Januzzi (director): Alicia Lion Januzzi is a director and actor from Pennsylvania. Most recently she worked as the Assistant Director on The Adventures of Pericles (Chesapeake Shakespeare Company) and The Theory of Relativity (GWU). She holds a BA in Theatre and Psychology from George Washington University and is currently pursuing her Acting MFA at the Actors Studio Drama School.
Gabriella Dubois (performer): Gabriella Dubois is an actor from California and holds a BA in Theatre from George Washington University
2700 Arapahoe St, Suite 103, Denver, CO 80205
Entrance: The main entrance is on Arapahoe Street at the door marked Suite 103
Parking: Street parking is available on neighboring streets
Accessibility: Ramps, elevator and ADA bathrooms
Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show