To create theatre that is relevant to our time and place. We do this through full exploration and integration of different theatre styles, based on a minimalist approach that strives to strip out all superfluous elements of a show and focus on the heart of a story. Most importantly, we have fun with it.

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    Below you can find information on previous seasons, as well as the growing Copyright-Free Archive - a list of plays that are free of any royalties, ready to be performed by any theatre, as well as thoughts from our sometimes amusing, sometimes vulgar, often interesting Managing Director Bohrs Hoff.


InFringe Fest New Orleans: Week by Barry Eitel

Blunt Objects Theatre is proud to partner with InFringe Fest to present the New Orleans premiere of Week by Barry Eitel. The audience favorite at Blunt Objects Theatre’s 2014 Bacchanalia, this apocalyptic comedy has been hailed as “profoundly funny, like an episode of Seinfeld written by Sam Shepard.”  Three friends are trying to get their … Continue reading


The Story So Far / Win Tour 2015

We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who submitted plays for our upcoming Bacchanalia! 2016 New Play Readings Festival in New Orleans.  We certainly have some difficult decisions to make in the upcoming weeks as we continue reading through the avalanche of material, though that is what we like to call a “good … Continue reading


Bacchanalia! 2016: New Play Readings Festival

Postmortem info including photos coming soon! Blunt Objects Theatre is proud to return to New Orleans with Bacchanalia! 2016 at Mag’s 940 Elysian Fields on March 23 and 24, 7pm both nights! Tickets are $10 at the door, cash only. Come celebrate the arts with this exciting festival of dramatic readings for new plays, and … Continue reading


Best and Worst of William Shakespeare

As we restructure the company, prepping for an exciting 2015 spring production that will be announced on December 15th, I realized that I haven’t made any posts on the Copyright-Free Play Archive in a while.  Our focus in the coming years will be on building the community around the inherently interdisciplinary art form of theatre, … Continue reading

BACCHUS Wonderbar

Bacchanalia 2014

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Bacchanalia 2014 New Play Readings, an exciting new annual tradition! I want to extend a huge and special thanks to Underground Wonder Bar for hosting us on short notice and saving this production after our initial venue welched and left us without a space.  More on … Continue reading

Trojan war

The Trojan War (2013)

Let me begin this postmortem by saying that I am incredibly proud of our final production of 2013: The Trojan War.  The idea of creating a comprehensive account of this mythic conflict has been with me for years, ever since I read Homer’s Iliad in high school and realized that the Trojan Horse, the most … Continue reading


Taming of the Shrew (2013)

Please allow me to begin this entry by thanking an Anonymous donor for the amount of $250, which more than doubled our humble budget for this production, and made many more elements in costume and props possible.  Specifically, the gimp mask that Petruchio brazenly wears during the wedding scene, “shame to your estate, an eyesore … Continue reading

Blunt Objects red

Our 2013 Season: All is Classic in Sex and War

In the winter of 2008, Tom Foran and I decided to embark on this journey together, to create the sort of art that we wanted to see more of.  That is to say, accessible, affordable theatre; shows that had the heart and rawness of a punk rock show, while maintaining the integrity that good and … Continue reading


The Kindly Ones (2012)

First off, I want to thank everyone who came out to support us this season, the fourth in our humble history as a theatre company and the most successful yet.  This has been an inspiring year for us, which has allowed us to increase the scale of shows that we produce, and also taught us … Continue reading

Akira Kurosawa's Ran

King Lear

This marks the end of an era, doesn’t it?  All of Shakespeare’s extant plays have been documented here, and soon I hope to move on to other copyright-free plays fit for production.  But now are the final thoughts on Shakespeare’s complete works, culminating in King Lear.  This is a complex and intriguing play, regarding the … Continue reading


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