Worlds Elsewhere Theatre Company

Upcoming Performance

Winter Spooky Chilling Tales Well Told

Announcing WETC’s next project: WINTER SPOOKY: Chilling Tales Well Told!

Have you ever heard a noise on a winter’s night and wondered, is that the wind blowing, or a branch tapping against the window, or is it something else? Winter is a spooky time of year, and we want to lean into it, with a series of eleven scary stories read by some of your favorite Rep members. Follow us on social media and subscribe to our youtube channel to make sure you don’t miss any!

Company News

News on SKM Donations!

Thank you for helping us raise $2100 for Charity!

News on donations! Worlds Elsewhere Theatre Company has officially made its donations of the proceeds from “She Kills Monsters” ($1050 USD each) to our two charities: Trans Lifeline and Mermaids. Go check out the amazing work they do (and donate, too, if you can), and keep an eye out for other charity projects with WETC!

Summer Cabaret Replay

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As the weather gets colder, let’s think back to warmer days with a Summer Cabaret Replay, some of the best performances from our 2021 Summer Cabaret. Watch our socials for posts Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in November, and check out the YT playlist for easy viewing.

Native American Heritage Month

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November is National Native American Heritage Month, and WETC is honoring American First Nations peoples and cultures by highlighting indigenous theatres, theatre-makers, and artists on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the month, with a round-up post in early December.

See the Round-Up

For more about NAHM, check out the federal website; for more about the National Day of Mourning (an alternative to Thanksgiving day observed by many US First Nations peoples), see UAINE.

(WETC is based in New York City and Seattle, on lands home to the Munsee Lenape, Duwamish, and Coast Salish peoples.)

WETC Supports BLM and Black Artists

Since Juneteenth 2021, Worlds Elsewhere has maintained a list of theatres and theatre organizations in the USA that bring Black stories to the stage, told by Black playwrights, performed by Black artists.

See the List

Keep in Touch

Worlds Elsewhere is actively seeking new productions written for the Socially Distant era of theatre. Watch this space, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, subscribe to us on Youtube, and sign up for our newsletter for more information about all our upcoming mainstage productions and events!