Tiny Dynamite

Updated
1 Dec 2016

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Gideon Turner in The Lamellar Project. Photo by Alex Harvery-Brown

Founded in 2008, Tiny Dynamite presents theater works by contemporary British and Philadelphia playwrights in both traditional and unconventional settings. Recent collaborations with theater companies like Azuka Theatre Company, InterAct Theatre Company, and Inis Nua Theatre Company have led to commissions and co-productions of several new works. Tiny Dynamite's productions include Emma Goidel's We Can All Agree to Pretend this Never Happened; David Greig's Being Norwegian; and Caryl Churchill's A Number. The company's signature audience engagement program, "A Play, A Pie and a Pint," offers a one-act play in an informal theater environment. In 2016, Tiny Dynamite received Center support to present Perfect Blue, an international co-production of a play by Grant Watson written for two performers on separate continents, as one performs live in a theater while the other is projected into the production through a live-streaming video feed.