PROGRAM A: REFLECTION
Run Time: Approximately 90 Minutes – Room 300
by Corey Rieger, directed by Nathan Green
The tables get unexpectedly turned on a group of people gathered to throw a surprise birthday party for a friend.
The Distance to the Moon
devised by First Floor, directed by Jesse Roth
Puppet theater, live action and multimedia elements combine in this story of a young sailor stranded on the moon alongside the woman he loves.
Let Me Tell You What I See Here
by Jason Gray Platt, directed by Anna Bahow
Real YouTube comments are deconstructed and repurposed to show personal connections in a disconnected world.
To the NSA Agents Listening in on this Play
by Sam Graber, directed by Mary O'Connor
An important message to our burgeoning national security state from one lone voice in the wilderness.
by Lisa Kenner Grissom, directed by Jo Cattell
When some ‘infernal ass pains’ force Lena to retreat into the solace of her bathtub, she learns a thing or two about suffering in silence.
by Joel Kim Booster, directed by Chris Chmelik
A single father and his gay neighbor are each on the verge of a complete breakdown as they wrestle with the meaning of fatherhood in the wake of personal tragedy.
The Big One
by Idris Goodwin, directed by Marie Cisco
Vernon is always waiting for his home team to score the big one, but his wife and son aren’t so keen on waiting. A subtle story about chasing the past at the expense of missing out on the present.
by Anthony Donald Kochensparger, directed by John Rooney
Gender and personal boundaries blur in this rhapsodic two-person piece about family, fear and sexual awakening.
by Ike Holter, directed by Dexter Bullard
North Side. 3am. The two survivors of an insane party meet up for a life changing rendezvous.