By Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker
Adapted and directed by Britt Urey
To be performed Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30 at 7:30pm
Approximate run time – 120 minutes

CONTENT WARNINGS: Stage violence; discussions and depictions of sexism and transphobia; discussions of tobacco and alcohol use; classist rhetoric

Scandal! Sebastian Wengrave has taken up with that dashing miscreant, that gender-bending hooligan, the roaring girl herself, Moll Cutpurse! Or at least that’s what Sebastian wants their father to think, so that the actual object of their affection, Mary Fitzallard, looks better in comparison. Moll, being a good sport, is happy to lend a hand, especially if she gets to drink, smoke, fight, and otherwise engage in the sort of general shenaniganry that polite society frowns upon. Watch and be amazed as she outwits fashionable gallants, rival cutpurses, and hired muscle… none of which is actually all that difficult, but she looks cool doing it.


Tickets are general admission and free to reserve—when you reserve your ticket on this event page, you’ll be given the option to make a sliding-scale donation in the amount of your choice. Suggested donation is $15, with the ability to adjust that amount based on what you can afford. All donations go to support this year’s Justice Theatre beneficiary, the Mid-Willamette Trans Support Network.

About the company
Justice Theatre @ the UUFC is a community theatre venture aimed at staging small-scale productions with pay-what-you-will performances supporting social justice causes. Past beneficiaries have included the ACLU, the Corvallis Cold Weather Men’s Shelter, CARDV, and the Mid-Willamette Trans Support Network. Our mission is to create theatre that fosters discussion about the world around us, to make theatre that is completely open and accessible to audience members of any income level, and to use performance to generate donations for good causes. All auditions are free and open to the public. This audition is for an amateur, volunteer production. We are particularly eager to work with artists of color and other artists from marginalized communities.

About this year’s beneficiary
All proceeds from this production will be donated directly to Mid-Willamette Trans Support Network . From their website “The MWTSN is organized exclusively as a community-based, grassroots organization working to support the transgender, nonbinary, intersex, gender-nonconforming, and gender-ethnic minority communities, as well as their direct families, tribal relations, and kinship systems.”