The 20/21 Season: November Digital Theatre Festival

2020 WINNER Maxim Mazumdar New Play Competiton

Goat Song

by Matt Harmon
directed by Robyn Lee Horn

What if your favorite musician didn't love their music the way you do?

Once the face of the wallowing instrospective indie music scene, singer-songwriter Michael is back with a new album of charming, upbeat tunes! As the reviews roll in, it is clear his audience wants the old Michael back. He reconciles the past and present in this heartbreaking and inspiring story of music, family and addiction.

Join us LIVE on Facebook or Instagram and be a part of the production, commenting along and playing the part of "Michael's fans." Or, stream-on-demand through the rest of the month, and see a recording of our Facebook Live performance.

LIVE ON FACEBOOK November 6 @ 8pm EST
LIVE ON INSTAGRAM November 7 @ 10pm EST
STREAM ON DEMAND November 9-22

All tickets for this production are $15, however you can choose to add an additional amount to your ticket purchase, helping to support world premiere new play programming at the Alleyway.

Music to our ears

Currents: 716 and Alleyway's Digital Theatre Festival are made possible through the generous support of the Venturous Theatre Fund of the Tides Foundation


Get the Festival Pass and Save

The Festival Pass includes a ticket to see all of our Digital Theatre Festival productions, including

GOAT SONG - choose one of two live performances (Nov 6 or 7), OR stream on demand (Nov 9-22)
BIG BREATH - stream on demand (Nov 7-22)
LOL-OL - choose one of three live performances (Nov 13, 15, 19)
SCREAMING INTO THE VOID - stream on demand (Nov 12-22)
BABUSHKA - choose one of two live performances (Nov 14, 20)

Plus, you'll have access to our two playreading series productions:
RED ALIEN - November 10 @ 8pm
THE MIGHTY MAISIE - November 17 @ 8pm

Note: the MYSTERY BOX benefit is not included in a Festival Pass and must be purchased separately

About the Artists: Goat Song

Matt Harmon, playwright

MATT HARMON (he/him) is a playwright and theatre facilitator currently living in Royal Oak, Michigan. He holds a B.A. in International Studies with a minor in Playwriting from the University of Michigan. His dramatic works examine structural violence and global tragedy through the lens of intimate, and often familial, relationships. He is the co-founder of Playwriting for Peace, an applied theatre initiative that uses drama to prevent security force recruitment and promote mutual understanding among youth in post-conflict countries. Currently he is working as a Program Assistant for Sofa Stories Detroit, a participatory theater project that aims to empower young Detroiters who have experienced homelessness, and as a Green School Coordinator at EcoWorks in Detroit.