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The Overtime has a mission of “theater for the people” through new productions and workshops in acting, playwriting, and comedy improvisation. We are dedicated to providing original, innovative, and accessible entertainment at an affordable price. We have produced over 75 new and original shows primarily by local authors. Our shows are all original works or unconventional adaptations of old classics. We specialize in world premieres of works never before seen on stage.

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The Lady of Shalott, by Bernard J. Taylor (October 14 – October 23)

The Lady of Shalott by Bernard J. Taylor Directed by Erin Polewski Synopsis: Helen, a professor of literature long settled in a relationship with her former tutor, is visited by a former student, Elliott, who has achieved considerable success as

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Jackson Square, by Mark Leonard (October 28 – November 19)

Jackson Square by Mark Leonard Directed by Chuck Wigginton Imagine you were married to Ernest Hemingway, raised by William Faulkner, or dated Dylan Thomas. Mark Leonard’s wild and dark comedy, Jackson Square, examines the relationships of three women and the

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Locolobo, by Jens Rushing (October 7 – November 5)

Locolobo: A Punk Prometheus Psycho Wolf Musical Comedy by Jens Rushing Directed by William M. Razavi HOWL with laughter! SCREAM in delight! MELT your face off to the scorching soundtrack! It’s LOCOLOBO, the psycho wolf musical comedy! Riffs, wisecracks, lycanthropy,

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Face, by Emily Adler (September 9 – October 8)

Face Written by Emily Adler Directed by Edward E Wise II Josh and Valerie come together to explore and push the boundaries of their taboo relationship. Who they are to each other has serious implications that affect not only their

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“My Name was Dorian…Dorian Gray” Receives Much Deserved Praise

The Overtime Time Presents: My Name was Dorian…Dorian Gray has created a name for itself in the theater arts community of San Antonio, earning an article in the city’s main, daily news source. So much so, that Deborah Martin, an

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