Hamilton High School Drama Department presents the SubText, a play about relationships and dating in today’s texting world, by Tyler Dwiggins, in the Hamilton High School Rotary Auditorium.
- Friday, February 10, 2017 at 7:00 pm Click here to order tickets for Feb. 10 @7pm
- Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm Click here to order tickets for Feb. 11 @2pm
- Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 7:00 pm Click here to order tickets for Feb. 11 @7pm
- Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 2:00 pm Click here to order tickets for Feb. 12 @ 2pm
- All seats are $10 with NO convenience fee charged for online orders.
- Orders placed online by 7:00 am, Monday, February 6th, 2017 will be placed in a random drawing with the winner receiving a refund for up to 2 tickets ordered.
Please note:The Select-a-Seat option is available for computer orders only. Mobile devices (cell phones, ipads, etc.) will not allow Select-a-Seat. Online orders will close 12 hours before each performance.
Tickets purchased at the door will be festival seating.
About the Play
Even though everybody on the planet is just a text away, getting your message across has never been more complicated. subText is a hilarious series of vignettes detailing the awkwardness of dating in the digital age, from capturing the perfect selfie to making a relationship Facebook official. At its heart, subText is a reminder that “love is a lot of things, but it is rarely a thing of convenience.”
About the Playwright
Tyler Dwiggins is a New York-based playwright and recent Ball State University grad. His first play, Bump, has been showcased at Actors Theatre of Louisville and received a nomination for the National Partners — American Theatre Award at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. His second play, subText, is published by Playscripts and has been produced at Ball State University, Muncie Southside High School, and Burris Laboratory School. His work as a playwright has seen publication in Painless Reading Comprehension (2nd. edition)by Darolyn Jones and Rethinking Children’s Literature. He has also served as a teaching artist at Northwestern University’s National High School Institute (Cherubs program) and Class Act Performing Arts Studio.