Roosevelt School Play: ‘Left to our Own Devices’ (Virtual)

The Roosevelt Intermediate School Theater proudly presents its first ever 100% virtual theater production — “Left to our Own Devices” – to be livestreamed on Friday, Jan. 15, and Saturday, Jan. 16, at 7 p.m. on both evenings.

The play, by Flip Kobler, Cindy Marcus, and Finn Kobler, is a collection of sketches that range from sweet to hysterical.  Viewers will enjoy how the characters and settings change from a college freshman calling home, ordering from a drive-through, speed dating, a 911 dispatch center, Rapunzel and her prince.

Audience members may watch the virtual performance by purchasing a StreamPass at ris.booktix.com. A single StreamPass is valid for a single device. As StreamPasses are sold per device, rather than per seat in a theater, the Roosevelt Theater Department is offering StreamPass tiers that include a donation:

  • Student StreamPass - $5
  • Adult StreamPass - $10
  • Family StreamPass - $15
  • RIS Premier Donor StreamPass - $20

StreamPass sales close 15 minutes prior to the start of each performance.

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  1. Roosevelt School
Fri, January 15
7:00 pm
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The Roosevelt Intermediate School Theater proudly presents its first ever 100% virtual theater production — “Left to our Own Devices” – to be livestreamed on Friday, Jan. 15, and Saturday, Jan. 16, at 7 p.m. on both evenings.

The play, by Flip Kobler, Cindy Marcus, and Finn Kobler, is a collection of sketches that range from sweet to hysterical. Viewers will enjoy how ...

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