"(Ruth's) performance (as Abby) was an oasis in a desert..." - April Woodall



September 11-15, 17-22, 2019

What if you had a chance to hit the reset button on your life?  Neil LaBute’s response to the 9/11 attacks “occurs in one of those feverish  nights of the soul in which men and women lock in vicious sexual combat,  as in Strindberg’s Dance of Death and Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (The New York Times). Featuring Thomas-Robert Irvin* and Ruth Wells Fischer and directed by Brenna Geffers, this immersive production is presented in an apartment at 600 Catharine Street, Philadelphia for a raw, immediate and deeply connected theatrical experience.

Seating is extremely limited and ticket buyers are urged to book early.  The venue is one story up from street level with no elevator. 

*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Stage Actors and Stage Managers in the United States 


Local theater artists Ruth Wells Fischer and Thomas-Robert Irvin collaborate to mount contemporary works exploring themes of connection, presented in non-traditional, immersive spaces.

If TIckets via Fringe are sold out, email us at gofischproductions@gmail.com