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Max’s House: A Reading

June 7 - June 8

$16 – $52
Brick Aux presents
Max’s House: A Reading
Friday June 7 and Saturday June 8, 2024 at 7:30pm
at Brick Aux – 628 Metropolitan Ave
Come join us for a reading of Max Berry’s musical puppet show, Max’s House!

Max’s House is a musical puppet show about reconnecting with the childlike joy of art making and how incredibly difficult that can be.

It follows Max, has broken up with his singing and dancing and so he’ll never be in a musical ever again (something that he had always wanted to do). But when his singing and dancing is mysteriously kidnapped, he has to set off on an adventure to rescue them. Along the way he gets help from the many kooky characters living in Max’s House such as Listy the singing list, a rhinoceros that lives in his bathtub, and a flirty pole dancing pole named Polenelope. Will Max find his singing and dancing? Will he find the joy in making art again? Will the ADHD Goblins make him to distracted to do any of that? You’ll have to stop by Max’s House to find out!


The Brick is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We rely on the generosity of our patrons. Consider giving a tax-deductible donation today to help make The Brick a sustainable hub of experimental performance for many years to come. Donate Here or Join Our Patreon

Mask Policy: The Brick strongly encourages but does not require masks for audience members. We are in ongoing conversation with our artists and audiences as we continue to adapt our covid policies and it is subject to change at any time. Thank you.

A Note on Accessibility: The Brick has trigger warnings posted in the space for each show for you to check if you so choose. If you would rather ask questions in advance of being in the space or would like to enter in advance of house opening due to our seating not being assigned, please reach out to theresa@bricktheater.com.



June 7
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$16 – $52


Brick Aux
628 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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