The Flea Theater will be hosting The Salvage Company’s US Premiere of Whales and Souls by Andrew Kramer, directed by Chris Roe from Oct. 19-21 at 7 PM.The environmental fable will be performed in monologue form with all roles played by Monica Wyche, a member of The Flea’s resident acting company, The Bats. In this play, the leader of a small, rural village is enticed by a large monetary offer that could change his town forever. In the meantime, an unusual creature emerges from the local lake with an ominous warning for the villagers and the audience as well. The tale is a gritty and sensual fable that examines the way we relate to the environment, ourselves, and each other. In hosting such events, the award-winning Flea Theater’s mission is to present distinctive work that raises the standards of Off-Off-Broadway for artists and audiences alike. The Salvage Company’s production creates unique theatrical events that explore different communities and tell stories of recovery and human salvage, a theme ever present in Whales and Souls. The broken-down, the passed-by, and the beaten-up tales of emotional turmoil uncover the metaphors of salvation and redemption, through a riveting performance. Whales and Souls will run four performances at The Flea Theater. Ticket prices are $12 for students and $15 for regular admission. To purchase tickets, visit The Flea Theater’s website by clicking here. The Flea Theatre: 41 White St. bet. Church and Broadway Aves.