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Some Humans Were Harmed in the Making of this Show


Written and Directed by CB Goodman

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Helen, a recovering alcoholic and Tony Robbins enthusiast, stages the dramatic journey of how she unleashed her inner elephant. Performed by a ragtag bunch of Helen’s thrift store co-workers, they seek to inspire others to help turn small lives into gigantic ones.

*”some humans were harmed in the making of this show” is a drag, puppetry, self-help testimony play inspired by the 1903 public execution of Topsy the elephant told with contemporary human characters.


Bridget Farr, Delanté Keys, Ellie McBride, Elizabeth Mason, Andrew Rodriguez, Katy Taylor

With Music by Amber Quick

September 20-22; 27-29, October 1*, October 4-6 @ 8pm
Ground Floor Theatre – 979 Springdale Rd #122
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*Pay-what-you-can with proceeds going to Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
*Death Penalty panel discussion moderated by Crystal Bird at 7pm


En Route productions creates new, adapted, and devised theatrical events that roam from the classic to the contemporary, reflecting our common, bumbling , human experience along the way.

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Actor’s Workshop: Basics of Acting

This is an acting techniques class: foundational, process-based work to empower the actor in any theatrical environment. It focuses on the voice and body and the development of a “toolbox” of acting techniques.

Summer Intensive: Acting Explorations

Students investigate the fundamentals of acting and theatrical performance. Focus is on ensemble–building, and exercises that hone the body, voice, and imagination.

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En Route Productions is grateful and proud to be a part of ArtsInContext’s Season 7 documentary featuring eight inspired artists and companies of various artistic backgrounds from Austin, TX. Many thanks to Mario Troncoso, Chelsea Sonnen-Hernandez, Eddie Campos Chorizo, Meg Givumhell Seidel, and Christopher Kim for weaving together such a beautiful series all about art, love, and connectedness!

And thank you to Steph, Kim, and David at RainLilyFarm, Stephanie Carll from Present Company Theatre, the crew at Live Oak Brewery, and our beautiful company members for making it all happen! Watch this inspired program and be moved! All the love.

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