April 10 - 26, 2015

will you still love me, tomorrow

Conceived & Directed by Steve Busa, Written by Katharine Sherman

When panic grips a city plagued by violence, its residents turn on each other.  A theatrical meditation on fear and loathing, inspired by Fritz Lang’s cinematic masterpiece, M, this latest Red Eye creation is set against a striking visual montage and live sound score as it weaves together tales of the real-life and fictional killers who capture our imaginations and haunt our dreams.

Reviews & Press

Video Interview: Director’s Cut: An Inside Look at New Red Eye Theater Play, 4/13/15, Red Current Blog

Review: "Unnerving, unsettling--go see it," Lisa Hu,, 4/23/15

Review: "Red Eye's 'will you still love me' delves into the fear of fear," John Townsend, Star Tribune, 4/14/15

Review: "Red Eye Gives Menace a Pleasing Face in will you still love me, tomorrow," Ed Huyck, City Pages, 4/14/15

Preview: "will you still love me, tomorrow Offers Fear and Loathing at Red Eye," Ed Huyck, City Pages, 4/7/15

Preview: "Onstage spotlights: Red Eye stages 'will you still love me, tomorrow,'" Graydon Royce, Star Tribune, 4/9/15


Steve Busa

Katharine Sherman

Design & Production
Jennifer Cha, David Hanzal, Sam Johnson, Liz Josheff, Eric Larson, Matt Larson, Paola Rodriguez, Jeff Wells

Mark Benzel, Ryan Colbert, Katie Kaufmann, Kevin McLaughlin, Miriam Must and Matt Larson

KATHARINE SHERMAN (playwright) is a Twin Cities-based creator of performance works and plays. In 2009 she co-founded Lunar Energy Productions, which produced her plays like the night in 2009 and christopher marlowe’s chloroform dreams in 2012. She has been developed by WordBRIDGE playwrights laboratory and has had readings with the Amoralists Theater Company, Lunar Energy, Plays and Players and the Inkwell. She was featured in the 2014 Risk is this…new play festival at the Cutting Ball Theater, and will be there in 2015 as well. Her shorter plays have been produced by the the Eclectic Company Theater, Sticky/Blue Box Productions, the Isleford Theater Project and the American Globe 15-minute play festival.  Her short play “grunge is dead” is published in The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2011 (Smith & Kraus). She has been a finalist for the Jerome Fellowship, National Playwrights Conference and the Heideman Award and was a 2013-2014 Core Apprentice at the Playwrights’ Center. She holds a BA from Bowdoin College and is a 2013 graduate of the Playwrights Workshop at the University of Iowa. She likes dream logic, fairy tales and haunted houses.



This production is made possible through the generous support of Kaemmer Fund of HRK Foundation, The McKnight Foundation, Target, Red Eye’s individual & small business donors, and by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.