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Performance Dates:

Thursday, August 8 @ 7pm

Saturday, August 10 @ 3pm

Ticket Information:

$10 General Admission

Online ticket sales will end one hour prior to performance!

Tickets will also be available for purchase in person half an hour prior to performance. Cash only.

You can also click on RESERVATIONS below to make a reservation.


LUCKY ME! is an interactive devised piece that investigates the ideas of self-control and bodily autonomy through the lens of chronic and autoimmune illness and invisible disability. In an effort to exhibit control, creator and type one diabetic, Allie Marotta, attempts to manipulate her own blood sugar in real time on stage while readings from her continuous glucose monitor are projected for the audience to view. Audience members will participate in a number of moments throughout the piece, creating a different experience every time.

Artist Information

Allie Marotta is a Brooklyn based collaborative theatre maker specializing in immersive, relational, and participatory theatre. She is a recent graduate of Royal Holloway University of London, MA Contemporary Performance Practices. She also holds a double degree in BA Acting, BA Directing from Pace School of Performing Arts. Proud staff writer for No Proscenium and Executive Director of Sitting Shotgun. Recent work includes EN BUSCA | IN PURSUIT* (Teatro SEA, Salon Bklyn, Vinarte), daughters of Solomon (Sitting Shotgun), TBD: The Live Devising Project* (Cucumber Dogs - FringeNYC), and my name is not actually maria* (Cucumber Dogs - Theater for the New City).

Fernando Moya Delgado is is an actor, dancer, and choreographer who was born and raised in Guayaquil, Ecuador. He graduated from Pace University with a BFA in Acting for Film & TV and a Dance Minor. Fernando is currently working with Curet Performance Project, Grind Arts Co., Sitting Shotgun, and Homegrown Theater Company. Fernando’s work comes from a passionate, colorful background bred in his home country and a love for bringing people together.

Ticket Information

$10 General Admission

Purchase Tickets Online:

Tickets will also be available for purchase in person half an hour prior to performance. Cash only.

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