One-woman show: ‘All 100 Fires’ set for Monday night performance at Free Cycles

Donna Oblongata wrote the one-hour production and performs in it. (Courtesy photo)

Donna Oblongata  will bring her one-woman show, “All 100 Fires,” to Missoula on Monday, Jan. 28 for a performance at Free Cycles, 732 S. First St. W.

“All 100 Fires” stars a guerilla commander and the audience, “the new recruits.”

“It’s a funny play is you like being told that your best isn’t good enough,” says Oblongata, who is returning for a winter tour after taking three years off from the road.

“It’s asad play if you were hoping something more optimistic would happen,” she says. “At least you’ll learn how to make explosives.”

Oblongata wrote the one-hour production and performs in it. Puppet design and production is by Patrick Costello. Francesca Montanile Lyons is the director.

The Missoula show is at 8 p.m. There is no admission, but a $10 to $15 donation is suggested. No one will be turned away at the door.

No children are allowed due to the content.