Mad Cow Theatre

Mad Cow Theatre

Mad Cow Theatre is founded on the belief that the theatre is a dynamic and powerful means of social understanding, as well as a hugely entertaining art form. Through the combination of passionate, skillful acting and compelling, insightful writing, nurtured by an attentive and ever-changing process, Mad Cow presents entertaining works of Theatre to an ever-widening audience - promoting, enhancing, and...
Mad Cow Theatre is founded on the belief that the theatre is a dynamic and powerful means of social understanding, as well as a hugely entertaining art form. Through the combination of passionate, skillful acting and compelling, insightful writing, nurtured by an attentive and ever-changing process, Mad Cow presents entertaining works of Theatre to an ever-widening audience - promoting, enhancing, and celebrating the human condition through art.

Recommended by Mad Cow Theatre

  • Eggs on Ice
    2 Nov. 2020
    This play was a treat to work on in our Women's Voices Festival! It is contemporary, full of humor, topical, and has a strong point of view. It is clever and leaves you thinking and laughing. Kristine is a joy to work with too!
  • SPIN
    2 Nov. 2020
    This play is a showcase for actors! It's a worthwhile and surprisingly funny exploration about difficult family members and how our reaction to them is what matters to our own experience. This play has a distinct voice and needs a full production after receiving a Zoom workshop reading in our Women's Voices Festival!
  • ONE STONE
    5 Aug. 2020
    A beautifully written and engaging piece highlighting an intimate portrait both personal and particular between Mileva Maric and Einstein. It addresses privilege and power in society and the unacknowledged contributions of women throughout history. It is a play that makes scientific knowledge accessible through a creative lens making it a great addition to the science play genre. Witty dialogue and captivating!
  • As I Was, Not As I Am
    5 Aug. 2020
    This play dives deep into relationship (roommate) complexities. The dialogue is sharp and concise. It takes risks. The central character, Laurel, is a well-drawn figure. Very identifiable for many communities
  • Sapience
    5 Aug. 2020
    Subject matter is very compelling. From science, autism awareness and the use of theatrical conventions that allow communication between human and orangutan make this a great play to explore. It has complex women that have complex relationships (both friendships & romance). And great insight into autism and the way neurotypical people misunderstand it.