The mission of square product theatre is to engage in radical acts of inquiry that leave an audience with just as many questions as answers.
WHAT WE DO:
For more than a decade, we've created and collaborated on original, honest and innovative works of theatre and performance with local, national, and international artists. We create and produce new works, in addition to presenting innovative productions of existing dramatic texts. We particularly focus on texts that highlight the voices and stories of historically underrepresented populations. We dedicate ourselves fully to the beauty of simplicity and the importance of theatre and performance as a vehicle for communication, relation and change.
Emily K. Harrison grew up in East Texas and holds an MFA in Performance from the Savannah College of Art & Design, a PhD in Theatre from the University of Colorado Boulder, and a Bachelor's in Acting and Writing from Emerson College. With square, Emily has appeared in House of Gold, She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange, This Aunt is Not a Cockroach, How I Learned to Drive, Ham McBeth, SLAB, Peggy Jo & the Desolate Nothing, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Gidion's Knot, The Ding Dongs (or What is the Penalty in Portugal?), Songs of Meat & Cake, One Woman Show, Why We Have a Body, Good Girls Don't, But I Do, Tornado Season, The House of Yes, and Skeet Shootin' Prodigy. Additionally, she directed square's productions of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents (2012 & 2016), Love Songs for Poomouse, HOWL, and Good Country People. In 2019 she will direct the Regional Premiere of Greg Wohead’s Celebration, Florida as well as the World Premiere Everything was Stolen ., a piece she originally developed and workshopped in London. Harrison currently serves as Visiting Assistant Professor at Whitman College, and recently completed a year-long appointment as Visiting Faculty at Brunel University London. She was recently honored with a True West Award, was featured as part of Westword’s "100 Colorado Creatives" series, and was recognized by The Denver Post as a 2011 Pathmaker, one of only seven individuals working in an arts field to receive the honor.
Jess Buttery studied lighting and production design at the University of Colorado Boulder and has worked professionally for the Boulder International Fringe Festival, The Dairy Center for the Arts, The Lakewood Cultural Center, The Catamounts, Quake Theater, TinHOUSE Experimental Dance Theatre, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, the Band of Toughs, and others. For square, Jess has designed lights for House of Gold, She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange, The Box Marked Black, This Aunt is Not a Cockroach, How I Learned to Drive, Ranch Dressing & Other Coping Mechanisms, Ham McBeth, SLAB, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Gidion's Knot, The Ding Dongs (or What is the Penalty in Portugal?), 44 Plays for 44 Presidents (2012 and 2016), This Show Might be Terrible, The Great Goddess Bazaar, HOWL, One Woman Show, BRUISER, and Songs of Meat & Cake. Jess currently serves as the Lighting Designer for the Denver School of the Arts.
Rosie Glasscock has worked with square product theatre since 2015, serving as Production Stage Manager for TesserACT, House of Gold, She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange, This Aunt is Not a Cockroach, How I Learned to Drive, and Ham McBeth. Rosie earned a Bachelor's in Theatre with a double major in Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder and has worked professionally with the Boulder International Fringe Festival, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and Little Theater of the Rockies. She is a master baker of pies.
Michelle Moore came to Colorado from the wilds of California (i.e., San Francisco) in 2003, clutching a BA in Theater from UC-Irvine. She has appeared in square product’s productions of House of Gold, She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange, Ham McBeth, Good Girls Don’t, But I Do (Boulder Fringe and Denver casts), Why We Have A Body, 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche (Boulder and Denver), and 44 Plays for 44 Presidents. Other local credits include Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire with Germinal Stage Theatre, which was nominated for 2011 Denver Post Ovation awards for best drama, and best actress in a drama, and the Marquise de Merteuil in Dangerous Liaisons at Open Stage Theatre. Michelle is proud to be square, and understands that part of the honor is regularly appreciating Instagram photos of the artistic director’s cats.