The REPO division and Bootleg Theater will present the world premiere of Doomsday Kiss -- a multimedia collaboration between writers, directors, actors, musicians and visual artists, all riffing on the theme of doomsday -- to play the Bootleg Theater, April 17-May 7.

The show's central character is Randal Maxit, a has-been designer of the apocalypse desperate to atone for his sins. The work is divided into four plays, each with a separate director and cast.

Andrew Hopper will direct Who is Randall Maxit, by Clay Hazelwood, starring Niamh McCormally, Gray Palmer and Annie Weirich. Gordon Vandenberg will helm Sharon Yablon's You Might Be Waking Up, featuring Shaughn Buchholz, Hank Bunker, Mickey Swenson, and Tina Van Berkelaer. Michael Dunn, Jessica Hanna, Ben Messmer, and Alina Phelan will star in Fun Days at Sea by Eva Anderson, directed by Adrian Alex Cruz. Amber Skalski directs Alana Dietze, Lily Holleman, and Jacqueline Wright in The Classroom, by Wesley Walker.

Artist Sandy Rodriguez curates the lobby installation by visual artists Ron Dotson, Jorge Javier Lopez, Derrick Maddox, Rigo Maldonado, Anne Martens, Guadalupe Rodriguez, Rebeka Rodriguez, Brian Scott, Allessandro Thompson, Armando H. Torres, Vincent Villafranca, Victor Wilde, and Scott Winterrowd. In addition, musicians Toni Senatore and Cody Cameron will perform in the lobby prior to the show.

Production design will be by Cosmo Segurson, with lighting design by Brandon Baruch, and costumes by Caroline Duncan.

For more information, visit www.bootlegtheater.com.