Composed of three monologues, based on factual people and events, whose characters and words are imagined by the playwright. The first was inspired by the media circus around Lynndie England, the Army private who was convicted of torturing Iraqi prisoners; the second was inspired by the well-publicized events surrounding the death of the British weapons […]
A classic example of early American experimentation in the theatre, Treadwell’s 1928 Expressionist work was loosely based on a New York tabloid murder case which sent one of the first women in the U.S. to the electric chair.
Set in rural Ireland, By The Bog of Cats mixes the trademark dark humor of the Irish with an uncompromising tale of abandonment and shocking self-sacrifice. Hester Swane (Virginia Burke) is an Irish “tinker,” a woman born of gypsies, and tied to the bleak landscape of the bog where she has lived her whole life. […]
Set in England in the 17th century, VINEGAR TOM explores the witchcraft trials of the time.
A work-in-progress staging of Wendy Knox’s adaptation of Heiner Muller’s DESCRIPTION OF A PICTURE, EXPLOSION OF A MEMORY, Euripides’ ALCESTIS, and the classic Noh-drama KUMASAKA.
Bertolt Brecht & Kurt Weill’s musical masterpiece which focuses on the question the link between money and morality.
A chronicle of a young actress’ pursuit of dreams of movie stardom, as she is derailed into the pornography industry.
Based on real-life stories of people who were wrongly accused and spent time in prison only to be exonerated.