Absolute Theatre continues to make it's mark on the Rochester theatre scene by producing two productions on a single evening. Absolute wrapped up the 5th (!) show of our Inaugural season with a double-feature on Valentine's Weekend - The Amish Project directed by James Douglass at Christ United Methodist and Sealed with a Deadly Kiss - a murder mystery at the Plummer House as a benefit for Rochester's Elder Network, written and directed by Suzie Hansen at the Plummer House.

Sealed with a Deadly Kiss: performed two performances on Saturday evening at the Plummer House. The original interactive production was written and directed by Absolute Thaatre's Suzie Hansen. Photo by Scott Jacobson of the Post-Bulletin

Sealed with a Deadly Kiss: performed two performances on Saturday evening at the Plummer House. The original interactive production was written and directed by Absolute Thaatre's Suzie Hansen. Photo by Scott Jacobson of the Post-Bulletin

The Amish Project was performing simulateneously at Christ United Methodist Church with Kami Sim portraying seven characters associated with the Amish Schoolhouse shooting at Nickel Mines, PA. Photo by Suzie Hansen.

The Amish Project was performing simulateneously at Christ United Methodist Church with Kami Sim portraying seven characters associated with the Amish Schoolhouse shooting at Nickel Mines, PA. Photo by Suzie Hansen.

Both productions gathered afterwards to celebrate the "productive" evening with an After Glow party at Newt's North.

Next up, we have David Mamet's The Duck Variations. Congratulations to veteran actors Paul Skattum and Larry Sinak for landing the two roles!  The show performs two weekends in April beginning on Thursday, April 20th with an opening night reception hosted by Margo Stich.

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