Untitled is a comedic one woman show set in the fictional town of Kipsbury, MA. It opens with local dog groomer Brandi Zagiatorri calling the town manager’s in the hopes of getting the recently named James G. Zagiatorri Memorial Town Square renamed—despite the fact that it was named in honor of her late husband. Much of the play revolves around a competition to rename the square, and we meet eight vibrant characters as they make submissions for the contest. This play is a zany romp through small town life—one that tackles questions of legacy, small town identity, and belonging.

55 minutes
Solo Performance, Comedy, Theatre
River North Media
3410 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

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Ellie Pike is a character actress and comedian. She grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Ellie loves studying the way people talk, fidget, and move through the world. She delights in embodying strong, uninhibited characters (particularly old men). Ellie’s solo show Untitled premiered at Bowdoin College in November of 2021. Ellie graduated college in May with a degree in English and theater. She hopes to pursue a career in the arts!

This show is why I love going to fringe festivals. Ellie USA great performer, fully inhabiting each of her characters. Very well written, very funny, a charming portrait of a small town in New England.
This show is hilarious and extremely well written. By the end, I felt like I really got to know the people in this quirky, but relatable, little town. An acting tour-de-force that touches on the lovable, but sometimes selfish, nature of humanity.
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River North Media

3410 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: Please enter through the back doors from the alley off of 34th between Blake and Walnut streets.

Parking: There is some parking in the lot at 35th and Walnut, street parking, and the parking garage across the pedestrian walkway at Zeppelin Station 

Accessibility: The entrance from the alley is wheelchair accessible, 

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show