Neil LaBute’s play "Bash" first debuted in New York City at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre in 1999. The original cast consisted of Paul Rudd, Calista Flockhart, and Ron Eldard. Now, a dozen years later, Queen City Collective, a new theatre group formed by Nicole Harrell and Jordan Fox, is bringing LaBute’s dark, brilliantly written drama to Springfield. Comprised of three parts, two monologues and one scene, "Bash" has a confessional tone, revealing the darkest secrets of its main characters, including stories of violence, betrayal, and revenge. In the two monologues, “Iphigenia in Orem” and “Medea Redux,” LaBute pays homage to Euripides, pulling tragic elements from Iphigenia in Aulis and Medea and setting them in contemporary society. Queen City Collective’s production of Bash, starring Ben Watt, Rachel Scott, Jordan Fox, and Nicole Harrell, runs February 17-19 and 24-26 at Nathan P. Murphy’s at 218 South Campbell Avenue. Doors are at 7:30 pm and curtain is at 8:00 pm; it runs approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. There will be live music following each performance. Tickets are $8.00 and are available by calling Queen City Collective at (417) 882-0040 or Nathan P. Murphy’s at (417) 863-1909. For mature audiences only.