Running on Fire

Reviews...
"Be ready for an intense, thought-provoking evening when you see “Running on Fire” at Lee Street theatre."

"Aurin Squire’s original play asks lots of questions that have no comfortable answers. He’s not heavy-handed, with generous bits of humour throughout — though some of that humor is the sort of nervous laughter reserved for sticky situations."
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Reviews...
"Be ready for an intense, thought-provoking evening when you see “Running on Fire” at Lee Street theatre."

"Aurin Squire’s original play asks lots of questions that have no comfortable answers. He’s not heavy-handed, with generous bits of humour throughout — though some of that humor is the sort of nervous laughter reserved for sticky situations."

"See this play. Talk about it with your friends of all colors and creeds. Listen to your inner voice carefully."
- Salisbury Post

https://www.salisburypost.com/2018/04/19/feel-the-heat-of-running-on-fire/

A young college student is out for a jog when he is implicated in a crime spree. After his property is confiscated by an officer, his attempt to seek justice sets off a chain reaction of events that ripple across the college, surrounding town, and amongst a community seething with tension. What is real and what is not get called into question in this timely play that asks 'who are we to ourselves and each other?'

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Running on Fire

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  • Kitchen Dog Theater:
    25 Apr. 2018
    We are pleased to support this play! It was a Finalist for the 2018 New Works Festival at Kitchen Dog Theater in Dallas, Texas.

Development History

  • Workshop
    ,
    The Eugene O'Neill Theatre Conference
    ,
    2016
  • Reading
    ,
    The Juilliard School
    ,
    2014

Production History

  • Professional
    ,
    Lee Street Theatre
    ,
    2018