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Nobody's Home

A multi-sensory meditation-comedy performed for
extraordinary audiences in ordinary bedrooms.


Nobody's Home

A multi-sensory meditation-comedy performed for
extraordinary audiences in ordinary bedrooms.

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Nobody's Home features food and drink. See our ingredients list if you have any allergies or aversions:

Click here to see The Pittsburgh Tribune's article about Nobody's Home.

And listen to Rep Radio's interview with Mason and Morgan about Nobody's Home.

Invite Nobody into your home! Click the button to set up a show ➔

A mysterious voice, a shadowy owl, platters of strange fruit, surprise special guests, hot oil massages, and a coyote all become bedfellows in Nobody’s Home, a multi-sensory meditation-comedy on the nature of nothing, performed for extraordinary audiences in ordinary bedrooms.

Written by Mason Rosenthal and Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews
Starring Mason Rosenthal as Nobody
Direction, set, and owl sounds by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews
Original music by Jonathan Pfeffer
Costumes by Rebecca Kanach, logo by Kylin Metler
Choreography by Chelsea Murphy and Magda San Millan

Nobody's Home premiered in a bedroom above Headlong Studios in South Philadelphia as part of the 2013 SoLow Festival and has been performed 55 times at 45 locations in 12 cities around the U.S., including at the New Orleans Fringe Festival where audiences experienced it onboard an RV.

Current status: Ready to come your way upon request.

Complete List of Showings:


Jun 26-30: Premiere at SoLow Fest in Mason's Former Home above Headlong Studios, Philadelphia
Nov 9: James House, Haverford College
Nov 11: Crane Arts, Philadelphia, excerpt as part of the "No Sleep Till NOLA" showcase
Nov 16: "Nobody's Mobile Home" on board an RV parked in front of Alice's Home, Philadelphia
Nov 20-24: "Nobody's Mobile Home" on board an RV at the New Orleans Fringe Festival
Nov 30-Dec 1: The Rosenthals' Home, Skokie, IL


Jan 17-23: Philadelphia: 7-Home Tour
Feb 13-14: Washington DC: 2 homes
Feb 15-16: Baltimore: 2 homes
Feb 24: New York University
Feb 25-28: Brooklyn: 4 homes
Mar 1-2: Rutherfurd Hall, Allamuchy, NJ
Mar 28-30: Pittsburgh: 3 homes
Jun 14-15: Philadelphia: Pedro's Home
Oct 12-13 Brooklyn II: 2 homes
Oct 14: Cambridge
Oct 15: Nantucket
Oct 16: Boston
Oct 17-18: Providence: 2 homes
Oct 20: Roger Williams University
Dec 4: The Night Kitchen, Philadelphia


Jan 20+Feb 14: Philadelphia: 2 homes


Feb 13-14: Philadelphia: 2 homes


(Nobody took the year off)

Read program notes about Nobody's Home ➔

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A solo show about vampires,
vision loss, and ice cream.


A solo show about vampires,
vision loss, and ice cream.

Video Clips:

Video production by Aleks Martray.

Now booking for 2018—Click the button to set up a show ⫸

CONES is a solo show about vampires, vision loss, and ice cream. A blindfolded boy spills secrets about bright lights, bad cartoons, and learning how to be a vampire. But when a team of eye doctors, gym coaches, powerful sorcerers, and potential mates try to pry his eyes open, what will he see? The answer may be in the ice cream. And the ice cream will certainly be served in CONES.

CONES is written, designed and performed by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews, co-created and  directed by Mason Rosenthal. Jenna Spitz is the project's primary photographer. The show debuted at Philadelphia's 2015 SoLow Festival and is currently available for tour.

Hear coverage of CONES on WHYY's The Pulse

Visit our blog of research behind the show ⫸


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CONES showing history:

Full Showings:
Jun 19-23, 2015: Premiere at SoLow Fest, Philadelphia
 Dec 6, 2015: Live filming at The Rotunda, Philadelphia
• Jul 20, 2016: Camp Common Ground, Starksboro, VT
• Jul 23, 2016: Goddard College Haybarn Theater, Plainfield, VT
• Sep 29, 2016: Matinee for the New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Nov 15, 2016: Cabrini University, Radnor, PA
Mar 9, 2017: Episcopal Academy, Newtown Square, PA
Apr 24, 2017: Temple University, Philadelphia

Partial Showings:
• Mar 2015 at Mascher Space, Philadelphia, with Almanac Dance Circus Theatre
• Apr 2015 at the Rotunda, Philadelphia, with the Binge Culture Collective from New Zealand
• Jun 2015 at Fringe Arts Scratch Night in Philadelphia
• Jul 2015 at Goddard College, Vermont
• Nov 2015 at Temple University, Philadelphia

CONES is supported by:

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One Way Red

Next stop:
M A R S !

One Way Red

Next stop:
M A R S !

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Created, conceived, and performed by Dani Solomon
Co-created and directed by Mason Rosenthal

Philly Fringe Festival edition features solo acts by Paloma Irizarry, Monica Wiles, Jensen Titus Lavallee, Kevin Meehan, and Eppchez!

Design direction by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews
Cotsumes and special effects by Rebecca Kanach
With installations by Rachel Adler, Eli Avenue, Alex Binder, Taryn Jones, Gwendolyn Rooker, and Suzy Varin

A young woman applies for a seat on the first ever rocket to Mars. If accepted, she'll take the one-way ticket in hopes of establishing a colony on the Red Planet. While the whole world is watching, half of it is laughing at the project's logistic, scientific, and sociopathic flaws. Meanwhile our hero insists that this one-way mission is neither folly nor fantasy, but the next great phase for humanity, and that she has the right stuff to lead our race to the stars. Is it ignorance, stubbornness, or want of attention that propels her? Or perhaps the pull of those same heart strings that have always spurred stargazers and scientists to leap into the unknown? 

ONE WAY RED is Dani Solomon's one-woman show based on the project proposed by Mars One to send civilian applicants on a one-way mission to Mars. A short version of the piece debuted at the 2016 SoLow Festival. This new iteration, directed by Mason Rosenthal, features a series of immersive 5-minute installation performances designed for the studios of the Panorama Artists Collective in Southwest Philly.

"Dani Solomon’s ONE WAY RED, a 40-minute sojourn to Mars, is inspired by testimonials from folks who are seriously vying for a one way ticket to go to the red planet. Solomon’s beautifully expressive tale begins with the business of prioritizing what to pack for space, as she relates her character’s historical sense of destiny towards that 'planet of superlatives' with endearing enthusiasm. Moments of comedy and music make the surreal decision to travel so far away, forever, all the more poignant." —Phindie

This project was made possible by funding from Project Stream, a grant initiative of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts that is regionally administered by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. 

Past Showings:

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Meet the Mediums

Meet the Mediums

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Meet the Mediums is an impossible comedy about a family of fortune-tellers, time-wrinklers and spiritualists, or—more accurately—mediums, who live an eccentric life in the tumultuous 1930s.  There’s Ms. McMedium, a savvy suffragette who channels her clairvoyant abilities from ordinary newspapers; her husband, Mr. Medium, a quarterback savant that’s unaware of what’s going on at the present moment but always knows what will happen 20 seconds into the future; The Medium Sisters, twin philosopher musicians who speak with the spirits but haven’t spoken to each other in 17 years; and then there’s Junior, that feckless weak-chinned boy—will he ever amount to anything besides his constant sniveling and skulking?  Perhaps he just needs some rousing words from President Roosevelt…or maybe a girlfriend.  But what will happen when a guitar-toting stranger’s car breaks down near the Medium Mansion?  Or when the professor of paranormality pops in to play the ukulele?  Or when a mysterious voice inside your head warns you not to move the chewing gum from its hiding place beneath the divan—you’d better do what it says, hadn’t you?  These questions, and so many more, shall be asked—and maybe even answered—in Meet the Mediums.

Starring Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews, Dorie Byrne, Sarah Gladwin Camp, Dana Haberern, Kimya Imani Jackson, Mason Rosenthal and Travis Sehorn. Production and stage management by Amy Capomacchio, costumes by Rebecca Kanach, music direction by Dorie Byrne. Written and directed by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews and the Mediums with production help from Amy Hufnagel.

Meet the Mediums premiered at Rutherfurd Hall in March of 2013. An excerpt was featured in May of 2013 at Goddard College's Alternative Media Conference.

Current status: Being reimagined as a musical.

Read more about the cast and characters from Meet the Mediums on our blog ➔


The Sea of Tranquility

The Sea of Tranquility

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An eccentric preacher, a star-gazing lawyer, a mysterious servant girl, and some wayward wildlife are the stars of The Sea of Tranquility, a play set across many centuries of New Jersey’s folkloric history and performed for the grand rooms of Rutherfurd Hall. When the audience steps through the doors, we all become ghosts in a place where day and night, springtime and autumn, the 1940s and the 1490s all happen at once. A cast of musicians, dancers and theater-makers use antique modes of storytelling, such as the newspaper column, the radio drama, the illustrated scientific lecture and yes, live theater, to unveil tales from obtuse angles. The Sea of Tranquility is a play where walls have ears, panthers speak their minds, and young women defy gravity to take us beyond the stratosphere and dance softly upon the surface of the moon.

Starring Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews, Sarah Gladwin Camp, Stephen Dahmer, Dana Haberern, Daniel McNamara, Mason Rosenthal and Alie Vidich. Written and directed by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews and the Mediums, with production support from Amy Hufnagel.

Premiered at Rutherfurd Hall in March of 2012. Excerpts have since appeared at the Bread & Puppet Theater, Great Small Works' International Toy Theater Festival and elsewhere.

Current status: Available for remount.

Read more about The Sea of Tranquility ➔

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Hall of Haunts

Hall of Haunts

The Hall of Haunts is the Mediums' October collaboration with Rutherfurd Hall. Every autumn we devise a series of short interactive solo and duo performances, each based on historic or folkloric figures. Part haunted house, part poly-sensory psychodrama, the Hall of Haunts takes groups of 20 people through the mansion every 20 minutes on the weekend before Halloween.

Current status: Available for commission. Individual pieces have been performed elsewhere in NJ and Philadelphia. 

Past Halls of Haunts

2016's "Hall of Haunts V: RED PLANET" led by tour guides Annie (Alanna Bozman), Charlotte (Dani Soloman), Harv (Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews), and Rupert (Mason Rosenthal) through 9 scenes:
1. The Gallery where the tour is interrupted by an emergency alert.
2. The Ballroom where we said hello (and goodbye) to Randy (Kevin Meehan).
3. The Second Floor where Betty (Paloma Irizarry) surprised us more than once.
4. Ringside where Mars, God of War (Elizabeth Weinstein) fought everything he hated on this Pale Blue Dot.
5. Wormholes and time loops...wormholes and time loops.
6. Quarantine and a brief check-up from Nurse Jackie (Rebecca Kanach).
7. Shag Carpet Room where Stephanie (Lily Kind) was last seen.
8. Martian Landscape and an invitation from a mysterious alien (Eppchez!) to smell a beautiful flower.
9. Rutherfurd's Crater where we're reunited with our old friend, Lewis Morris Rutherfurd (Mal Cherifi).

Conceived, created, and designed by the cast, with costumes by Rebecca Kanach, sound by Mason Rosenthal, Martian landscape set by Suzy Varin. Parts of RED PLANET previously appeared in ONE WAY RED, the Mediums show at the 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.

2015's "Hall of Haunts IV: THE GAUNTLET" in 8 acts:
1. The Waiting Room in which Gene questions are asked.
2. The Tub, where rules are read and the audience chooses their favorite contestant to be their Guide.
3. Two Doors lead to safety and doom for that Guide.
4. The Web that contains a potential new Guide, should you choose to free them.
5. Chairs and a monster that wants to sit in one.
6. One Box, Two Locks, and Three Keys are the ingredients to a puzzle of encryption.
7. Mirrors mask the faces of some hooded figures and their mysterious leader.
8. The Verdict: Did we win or lose? And what will happen to our Guide?
Elements conceived and directed by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews, Daniel Park, Mason Rosenthal and Elizabeth Weinstein.
Created with Alanna Bozman, Mal Cherifi, Dana Haberern, Paloma Irizarry, Austin Kelley, Eliza Leighton, Eli Preston, Dani Solomon and Monica Wiles.
Costume help from Rebecca Kanach.

See program notes on The Gauntlet ➔

2014's "Hall of Haunts III: ALCHEMY!" in 6 acts:
1. Persephone Proserpina (Dana Haberern, Liz Hollon, Lee Minora or Elizabeth Weinstein) introduces prospective students to the Allamuchy Alchemy Academy, explains the First Law of Alchemy and asks  for help with her project of sororal reanimation. 
2. We obtain the recipe for our project and its first ingredient from Tiresius (Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews), the reader without eyes whose project is to read every book in order to determine the Laws of the Universe. 
3. We steal the second ingredient from Labraid (Sebastian Cummings), the clocksmith without hands who wants to stop Time by removing the hands from all the world's clocks.
4. Kalika (Dani Solomon), the inquisitor without a tongue presents us with cryptic puzzles, one of which yields the third ingredient.
5. We make a deal with Vincent R. Abbot, a human-eating rabbit (played by himself, voiced by Mason Rosenthal) to obtain our fourth ingredient.
6. Persephone provides the final ingredient to complete the experiemnet, only to begin it all over again.
Conceived and written by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews
Directed by Mason Rosenthal
Costumes by Rebecca Kanach
Sound design by Jonathan Pfeffer
Hallway denizens: Rebecca Kanach, Calia Marshal, Jonathan Pfeffer

See program notes on Alchemy ➔

2013's "Hall of Haunts: LYCANTHROPY" in 6 acts:
1. Magdalena San Millan and Chelsea Murphy as two nuns and former residents of the hall, assisted by the long-eared Vincent R. Abbot.
2. Dana Haberern as the Reverse Little Mermaid assisted by her pet beta fish.
3. Mason Rosenthal as Victor the Wild Boy, assisted by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews in the role of Dr. P.T. Smilgrim.
4. Xtn Hansen's painted ladies, an installation of latex-dipped Barbie dolls.
5. Marcia Ferguson as the bird-witch Baba Yaga, trapped in her cage.
6. Ruby L.L. Voyager hosting a banquet as Venison Berry, half deer, half dear.
Orderlies: Xtn Hansen, Rebecca Kanach, Ky Metler.
Costumes by Rebecca Kanach.

2012's "Hall of Haunts I: THE INSTITUTE OF EERIE OCCURRENCES" in 5 acts:
1. Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews as professor M.C. Marsh and his Sense-O-Scope.
2. Brian Ratcliffe as Dr. Rutherford (no relation) with his radioactive elements and pills of sour sweetness.
3. Dana Haberern as Pearl, the girl in the attic, held captive by the jealous ghost in her radio.
4. Kimya Imani Jackson as the witch in her kitchen, with magic spells and strange fruit.
5. Mason Rosenthal as Nobody (who would later star in Nobody's Home), with Hannah de Kaijzer (pictured) as Nobody's Body.
Orderlies: Sarah Gladwin Camp, Amy Capomacchio, Xtn Hansen.
Nobody's head created by Ryan Kelly.
The characters and ideas in 2012's Hall of Haunts were used as studies for the Mediums' next play, Meet the Mediums.

Click here to find out about our next Hall of Haunts ➔