Heart Ripped Out Twice and So Can You!
September 7 - 9
September 7 at 7:00pm
September 8 at 5:30pm
September 9 at 7:00pm
September 19 at 9:00pm
2022 Fringe Festival
The MAAS Building Studio
Welcome to your chance to claim a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Dazzling sensations and incredible memories await you…but this kind of offer doesn’t come around twice.
Act now or miss this chance forever!
Just don’t forget to read the fine print.
From the writer of 2021’s sold out New World Rising! comes this drunken love letter to being alive. Written after open chest surgery and a devastating breakup, Linnea wonders: is it worth it?
A (mostly) comedy about pain.
Appropriate for ages 13+
Interested in a not-necessarily-romantic way to connect over art? Select the Blind Date ticket at checkout and Cannonball will pair you with another audience member for a pre- and post-show experience. Blind Date is only available for this show on Wed, Sep 7, 2022 7:00 PM. Check out https://www.cannonballfestival.org/blinddate for more information.
This show is presented as part of Cannonball Festival, Philly’s artist-centered performance hub, packing in 65+ full length shows and 300 performances in two nearby venues. Discover risk-taking theater, dance, circus, music, and comedy alongside a vibrant garden bar with a free nightly cabaret, pop-up events, workshops, artist talkbacks, and more. September 1–30 at the Maas Building (1320 N 5th St) and Icebox Project Space (1400 N American St). Learn more at cannonballfestival.org.
This performance contains occasional profanity, sexual references
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.
About the Artist
Linnea Bond is a performance artist, actor, writer, director, and teacher who produces work with intentional social momentum. With degrees in Sociology, Acting, and Devising, her work explores apocalypse on a global, communal, and individual scale. She has employed audience participation, traditional storytelling, clown, essay, audio, and site specificity to probe these themes and frequently makes work through engagement with community partners to explore themes relevant to that partner. No Proscenium called her 2021 Fringe sell-out New World Rising! “elegant, nuanced, and well executed… a must see piece of kinetic theatre.”