Please enjoy the video below.

This is a project we come back to from time to time. And it is a great preview for what is to come. Stay with us. There will be more and more soon.

Tulips

by Sylvia Plath

Read by Lise Bruneau
Choreography by Erin Mitchell Nelson
Music and sound by Marcus Kyd
Directed by Joel David Santner

Company members Chad Clark and Erin Mitchell Nelson are featured on Bandcamp Daily. Read and listen here.

A comprehensive and thorough look at their work throughout the pandemic, Erin and Chad discuss Beauty Pill’s creative drive and last year’s three releases, including the score for Taffety Punk's dance play suicide.chat.room: Sorry You’re Here.

Company members Erin and chad featured on Bandcamp Daily April 7, 2021

Shows are postponed, but...

We have some social-distance friendly material, like this new Beauty Pill record which we released in February. Available on all media, but we prefer bandcamp, because the artists actually get paid. Check it out

Beauty Pill's
"Sorry You're Here"

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Digital or Vinyl, or both!  
Available on bandcamp
and all digital and streaming platforms
We released Beauty Pill's score in conjunction with the ten year anniversary performance of our original dance play suicide.chat.room. Order yours today.
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"Sorry You’re Here is that rare record that doesn’t merely live up to unrealistic expectations, but in its best moments, exceeds them."
—Nathan Leigh, AFROPUNK

"The record resists concise description, every song as eclectic as it is evocative, beauty brushing against brutality, the classical and the cutting-edge intertwined in infinite variations. "
—M. L. Rio, The Vinyl District

"Chad Clark reveals once again why he's one of the best composers working in DC, if not America, at the moment."
—Glenn Griffith, A Pessimest Is Never Disappointed

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A toast, from us to you

A year and a half ago, the cancellations started. The doors of theatres closed. Artists were sent home. Not one of us expected the doors would be shut this long.

We just want to offer this toast to you all: for your glorious patience, your diligence, your support, and your health.

There is a light at the end of this tunnel. Stay safe. Wear your mask. Get vaccinated when you can. We can't wait to see you again.


Taffety Punk's company members act, dance, and make music. Sometimes we do all three at once. 

Anti-racism

The American theatre has a long history of racism and white supremacy. That sucks. Taffety Punk is inspired by the punk rock ethics of anti-authoritarianism, anti-consumerism, feminism, collective organization, and DIY producing. Anti-racism should always have been on that list. We will rebel against white supremacy in the theatre, in the country, and in ourselves by maintaining a company that reflects and supports the community we live in. Every decision we make, about the stories we tell, the artists we champion, our leadership, and our methods, will be guided by the question: “Is it radically inclusive?”

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