Passive-aggressive behavior, silent longing for your neighbor, the daily power struggles — your place of employment is a seething cauldron of dramatic tension. The OnSite Theatre Company tackles the everyday drama of working life with its new production, Overexposed
, a pair of plays set in a photography studio — and the plays are performed conveniently enough in a working commercial photography studio. In a clever nod to the setting and subject matter, OnSite provides the audience with disposable cameras so that they can photograph the action as it happens. So set your f-stops, take off the lens caps, and keep your thumb out of the frame at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday (June 21 through 29) at the Bruton-Stroube Studios (2301 Locust Street; 314-686-0062 or www.onsitetheatre.org
). Tickets are $20.
Fridays-Sundays. Starts: June 21. Continues through June 29, 2008