ITSAZOO Productions creates immersive, dynamic theatre events for daring audiences. We support this with four core values: Immersion, Risk, Fun, and Community. Whether it’s a fly-on-the-wall, immersive experience or a participatory, site specific event, we can create theatre for anyone, anytime, anywhere. We don’t want our audience to just watch the story. We want our audience to experience the world of the story; to live through it.

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“There is hope in a company like ITSAZOO. A production like Killer Joe gives you reason to believe that, presented with the right stuff, younger people can be lured back to the theatre.”


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Straight White Men: Resource Guide

Straight White Men: Resource Guide

Posted on Feb 8, 2020

Welcome to Straight White Men by Young Jean Lee. In the link below, you will find a List of Resources that focus on the themes and subject matter covered by Straight White Men. We understand that the the subject matter and themes explored in this play are challenging. Our hope is that this piece encourages […]

Help Us Make Theatre More Accessible!

Help Us Make Theatre More Accessible!

Posted on Nov 24, 2019

ITSAZOO is excited to be presenting our largest and most challenging show to date, Young Jean Lee’s Straight White Men –  a hilarious and provocative examination of white privilege, liberal guilt, and the definitions of success within the capitalist rat race.  We need your help to offer 150 discounted tickets to Straight White Men at $10 each. In order […]

Casting Call: Straight White Men by Young Jean Lee

Casting Call: Straight White Men by Young Jean Lee

Posted on Jun 6, 2019

ITSAZOO is excited to announce we’re looking to hire two performers for our upcoming production of Young Jean Lee’s Straight White Men presented at the Gateway Theatre, February 6th-15th, 2020. Character Breakdown: Person in Charge 1 and 2 are the creators of this theatre experience. They greet the audience off the top and set the stage, […]

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