A Hundred Words for Snow by Tatty Hennessy

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Oct 8 – Oct 25, 2020

Written by Tatty Hennessy

Directed by Jerome Davis

Thursdays - Saturdays at 6, 7:45 and 9:30 pm, Sundays at 2, 4 and 6 pm

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When the 15 year old Rory experiences loss for the first time in her life, it inspires her to set out on a journey to honor a lost friend.  Her brain is telling her: “Don’t go!”  But her heart knows that she must.  This beautiful coming of age story begins in the confines of a cynical 15 year old’s mind, and ends in the heart-warming realization that life is short and the world is a big and glorious place.

Watch the Trailer HERE.

NOTE:  Snow will be performed live at Burning Coal Theatre but with an audience of only four people per performance.  Performances will be Thursdays – Saturdays at 6 pm, 7:45 pm and 9:30 pm and Sundays at 2 pm, 4 pm and 6 pm.

Click here for the Podcast Interview Series Into the Fire for interviews with

- Playwright Tatty Hennessy
- Original production director Lucy Atkinson
- Actors Laura Lillian Baggett and Kimmy Fiorentino

Click here to see the livestream interview with Heather Chandler, founding creative partner of Fortnite

AFTERTHOUGHTS, a video series dedicated to deeper considerations of the themes and events surrounding our mainstage productions, is pleased to kick off with two exceptional speakers:
Gemma Barnett, the first actor to play ‘Rory’ in London’s West End

Caroline Hamilton, Artic Expedition Leader


COVID precautions BCT

Estimated run time: 1 hours.

Cast & Crew

Lauralillian Baggett
Kimmy Fiorentino

Production Stage Manager Megan Kessinger
Scenery & Lighting by Josh Martin
Costumes by Stacey Herrison
Properties by Elizabeth Newton
Sound by Nikolas Parnell
Scene Painter Meredith Riggan
ASMs Jordan Britt, John Capetanos and Courtney Pisano
Assistant Director Carry Vaughan
Board Ops Elizabeth Galbraith & Madison Doss


"Burning Coal redefines just what is "intimate" theatre with this production.... new and innovative" - Alan Hall, CVNC
A poetic odyssey into the unforgiving unknown."  4 stars - Byron Woods, IndyWeek