Krapp, 39

A voyeuristic prefiguring of Samuel Beckett’s “Krapp’s Last Tape,” and a hilarious and heart-breaking window on the last moments of youth. Reeling on his 39th birthday, an actor’s obsessive identification with Beckett’s famous character compels him to examine his own quixotic life: his fears, his failures, and his search for (and forfeiture of) love, all […]


Emery is happy living in her treehouse, communing with her plants. Her sister Hazel is miserable, working at the only diner in Millerville to support herself and her sister. Luanne is yearning for something, anything to bring meaning into her life. When Emery’s YouTube videos of her plant experiments accidentally start a cult—a CULT!—all three […]

Paint Night

Imagine Steel Magnolias with modern day issues, as six women gather for a much-needed girls’ night out. The plan is to eat, drink and create works of art at a local Paint and Sip night studio while celebrating a bride to be. But as the alcohol flows, so do their thoughts on motherhood and womanhood, […]

Mr. Dickens’ Hat

Set in London on December 21-22, 1865 (“the darkest night of the year”), this witty, heartfelt play-with-songs deftly weaves together Dickensian storytelling with a playful theatricality, featuring nine “original Victorian carols” and a diverse cast portraying an array of colorful characters. With its Victorian winter setting, MR. DICKENS’ HAT is perfect for holiday programming, though […]

The Last Wide Open

A Love Song in Three Movements Lina and Roberto’s lives intersect and parallel as three alternate realities unfold. The play renders the near hits and near misses that are the realities of this worn-out waitress and immigrant dishwasher as well as the mystical ways the universe conspires to bring us all together.


New York City, 1959. Fading vaudeville comic Chick Sherman, along with his long-suffering agent, tries to revive his career with a role in an avant-garde off-Broadway play. While his grown daughter searches for answers from her absentee showbiz father, a lifetime of private and professional struggles rise to the surface, cracking the polished public persona […]

The Heart Sellers

Jane and Luna run into each other in the grocery store on Thanksgiving in 1973 and discover they have much in common: they’re both 23, recent Asian immigrants, homesick and lonely with hardworking absentee husbands, and adjusting to a new country surprisingly filled with as much political uncertainty as the places they’ve left. Over a […]

WET or, Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes

Four survivors of a storm-sunken pirate ship—the legendary Isabella, Neptune’s bastard daughter; pirates Jenny (a runaway whore) and Sally (an electrified girl); and the Viscountess Marlene (a drag queen)—seize a half-wrecked ship crewed only by Captain Joppa and two sailors, young Jack and ex-slave Horatio. Joppa is determined to get back to the war. Isabella […]

Broken Machine

In this climate-chaos comic-tragedy, a burnt-out coder has become a hermit in the wilderness, nursing a broken arm and making lists from memory—of endangered species, moments of Lost Time, Incorrect States of Mind—in company with her only friend, a gray fox with a bad attitude. When wildfires approach, they flee through the wilderness to the […]

According to the Chorus

In the basement quick change room of a Broadway theater in the mid-1980s, the chorus girls are at war with their dressers. Will the new dresser, with her own sad past and uncertain future, be able to navigate this minefield? ACCORDING TO THE CHORUS is a funny, nostalgic behind-the-scenes look at a pivotal period in […]