A satirical tragi-comedy about two corporate stool pigeons stuck in cubicles on wheels. We see their cubicles morph into their various environments as they roll through their daily routine and their daily struggle to truly connect with well, anyone.
What critics say:
“…a little bit Beckett, a little bit Seinfeld and a whole lot of cunning, well observed originality.”
-Dominic Papatola, Pioneer Press
It’s a “very clever, quite funny and even moving meditation on life in small squares and how that impacts the other parts of our lives.”
-J. Bruner, Des Moines Register
Hailed as “one of the favorites of the Fringe” (Des Moines Register, 2006) and the “Sleeper hit” of the 2005 Minnesota Fringe Festival (Pioneer Press, 2005)
A bit of history:
Premiered at the 2005 Minnesota Fringe Festival, with successful runs at The Loring Playhouse in Minneapolis, 4th Street Theater in Des Moines, Yellow Tree Theatre in Osseo, and touring performances throughout the Midwest.
From co-writer, Jeremiah Gamble
Even though we premiered The Cubicle waaaay back in 2005 just before “The Office” took off in the States– the show still feels fresh and timely– the satire, the theatricality… this piece is still enjoyably ridiculous and utterly relatable. Of all the shows I’ve had the privilege of creating and performing, this is easily one of my favorites. And audiences always seem to wholeheartedly agree.
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