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Bird in the Window

Sewer Rats Productions

September 16-25

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September 24 at 7:00pm

September 25 at 3:00pm

2022 Fringe Festival

120 min


St. Mary’s, Hamilton VillageMap

Wheelchair Accessible

Jen is in college, but she does not go to parties. She does not drink. She does not even eat. Her roommate, Liz, is her only friend, and even Liz is getting frustrated with her. Jen hides under her bed and she pees in her closet. She is afraid of cell phones and she thinks someone from her past is stalking her. No one, however, has seen the man she claims to be harassing her. Her mother and Liz only see self-harming, destructive and paranoid behaviors. The only person to believe her is Maxie, her new drag queen friend who understands isolation and the terror that can come from a traumatic past. Jen is going to great lengths to make herself disappear, and her mother, Nora, is too caught up in her own grief in dealing with the death of Jen’s father to notice. Liz is too busy in her own world of fraternity parties and keg stands to care. By the time they can find out the truth about what, or who is haunting Jen, she may already be gone.


Appropriate for ages 13+

Content Considerations

This performance contains brief suggested language and brief suggested violence. Content includes eating disorders, self-harm, PTSD, sexual assault, stalking, grief, homophobia/transphobia, grooming.

Health & Safety

Proof of vaccination is required to attend this event, and masks must be worn for the duration of the performance. Audience members will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Both digital and physical proof of vaccination are accepted. Please plan accordingly.


Playwright: Shelli Pentimall Bookler

Director: Kelci Schlierf


About the Artist


Sewer Rats Productions is an organized collaboration of artists. We are dedicated to producing and developing new works that offer a multitude of perspectives on art as a whole. We embrace and mold conventions in order to express the unmistakable beauty in this world despite it’s persistent ability to turn things upside-down. We pull together our artistic resources in order to create something unique and special.