Exiled with Exile

While we may not be able to bring everyone together in person, we are thrilled to present a variety of virtual experiences to bring the Theatre Exile mission and passion for community to you at a safe distance! Read on for our full list of programming and information to register for each event.

Please consider making a donation to support Theatre Exile to support programming and new play development. 

Missed out on a Conversation?
Visit our Conversations in Exile archive page to rewatch all of the Conversations!

Conversations in Exile

Our virtual conversations feature a variety of topics and guests, and are free and open to all!

Here is how you can enjoy “Conversations in Exile”:

  • To participate, simply click on the link below each event to register any time before the event starts.
  • After you register, you will receive an email with the event Zoom link.
  • On the day of the event, click on that event link. It’s that simple.
  • You DO NOT need to download any software, or subscribe to any service to participate in these Zoom events. You do not need to create a Zoom account. There is no cost to participate.


Storytelling & Video Games
Monday, December 7, 7:30 PM

Frank J. Lee, Ph.D., Professor of Digital Media and Director, Entrepreneurial Game Studio, Drexel University

Thomas Sharpe, Drexel University graduate and participant of Entrepreneurial Game Studio with his company, Gossamer Games

Join D-Pad director Brey Ann Barrett for a discussion with Dr. Frank Lee and Thomas Sharpe about the parallels of storytelling mechanics between theater and video games, as well as the industry’s challenges and progress.

This is event is free and open to the public.




Play Club

Join our “book club” for script reading and discussions! Pop in for one session, or join us every month!
E-mail us to sign up and we will follow up with details!

December 17, 7:30 pm
If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet by Nick Payne
Overweight and bullied Anna is neglected by her global warming obsessed father and misunderstood by her teacher mother. When her dozy but charismatic uncle turns up out the blue, he is the only one that seems be able to get through to her, however as he becomes more and more obsessed with his ex-girlfriend and his own problems, he doesn’t notice Anna spiraling into depression and that he is the only one who could save her. As we bring 2020 to an end, we wanted to read a play that has stuck with us for several years that explores the value of connection and the nuances of familial relationships.