Photos: My night at square product’s ‘The Ding Dongs’

The lower-cased square product theatre company is renting the “work | space,” a theater run by the experimental “LIDA Project, which has its own original work, “S&M” opening there on May 10.


Jack Wefso prepares his hair … in a kitchen sink.


Emily K. Harrison backstage with Jason Maxwell.


Actor and audience member Jeremy Make prepares to eat the paparazzi. He’s with Miriam Tobin (The Catamounts’ “Jon”).


Stage manager Josh Nelson (below) prepares to push a lot of buttons and move many  joystick levers as operator of cues covering sound, lights and all things vibrating.





The curtain call.


Emily K. Harrison offends the audience. That’s what she does. (Not really.)


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