When We Went Electronic

  • When We Went Electronic
  • When We Went Electronic
  • When We Went Electronic
  • 3/19 discount tickets, 3/20 opening night, 3/22 talkback, 3/29 asl interpretation, audio description & talkback
  • When We Went Electronic
  • When We Went Electronic
  • When We Went Electronic
  • When We Went Electronic

When We Went Electronic

Dear Friends,

We’ve made the decision to postpone our upcoming production of When We Went Electronic. We care about the health and safety of our audiences and artists and we believe it’s in the best interest of the greater good to suspend current programming. We will continue to monitor the situation and let you know when we can bring back the 12 performances of this fantastic play. In the meantime, we hope you take good care of yourselves both physically and mentally.

If you have already purchased a ticket to the show, there are three options for what to do:
  1. We can offer you a refund.
  2. We can give you a credit to the show for when we bring it back.
  3. You can donate your ticket to Art House, fully tax-deductible.
Please email info@arthouseproductions.org and let us know what option you’re choosing. 

We are working creatively here at Art House to bring you digital content for this downtime. We’ll be in touch soon with what that looks like. While the doors to our physical space might be temporarily closed, we will be here in the digital space as a source of strength, creativity, humor, and light for when you’re feeling you need a bit of inspiration and affirmation. 

Our very best,

Art House


New Jersey Premiere Production

by Caitlin Saylor Stephens | directed by Meghan Finn
songs by Sarah Frances Cagianese & Caitlin Saylor Stephens

featuring Tiffany Iris & Madelyn Rose Robinson

Schools Out. It’s 2008. Two Made in USA American Apparel® models search for their missing memory after a tragically fun night. But when really weird stuff starts happening, the girls begin to question the syntheticness of their own materials and if what they think happened was really real. Maybe last night wasn’t such a party after all. Literally.

Set Design: Skye Morse-Hodgeson | Lighting Design: Sarah Johnston | Costume Design: Sharne' van Ryneveld | Sound Design: Anthony Dean


"It is a fine example of how experimental plays in the 21st century can explore modern culture and important issues...I personally couldn’t take my eyes off of the performances and production value, and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys theatre that is equal parts entertaining and thought-provoking" - Anthony J. Piccone, Onstage Blog


March 19 at 8pm: Continuing Art House's mission to make theater accessible to all, $15 discounted tickets are available for the preview performance. Be among the first audience to see the production in the whole state!

March 20 at 8pmOpening Night tickets include a post-show champagne toast with the artists. Opening Night tickets are $30

March 22 & 29 at 3pm: Join us for free Post-Show Talkbacks to meet the artists, ask questions about the play, and share your thoughts with fellow audience members.

March 29 at 3pm: The Access Performance includes large-print programs, audio-description, ASL interpretation, and a pre-show tour of the set. Art House is a fully accessible venue. ADA tickets are $20



Please know we are committed to providing and maintaining a safe, healthy environment for our patrons, artists, staff, and anyone else who visits Art House. Your safety and well-being are always our top priorities. We are closely monitoring communications from the CDC and the New Jersey Department of Health and are taking appropriate safeguards to address recommendations by these agencies. Art House is fully stocked with soap and paper towels in our restrooms.

If you are not feeling well or someone in your home is ill and you would like to arrange a ticket exchange or credit for a future performance, or if you have any other questions, please contact us at (201) 918-6019 or email us at info@arthouseproductions.org.