An ensemble play devised and written by Nikomeh Anderson, Sophia Castuera, Sarah Harburg-Petrich, E.L. Hohn, Laura Menzie, Fenny Novyane and me, with additional material by Dana Stern+
Modern Chalk Circle; or, a Michael Coulter Conway story is an awesome dystopia. Set in a United States not far in the future, a woman just trying to get by finds herself stuck with a baby and a quest to answer the question: in dark times, are there good people?
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Apr 03, 2019 through Apr 14, 2019 Limited Engagement
A Bold New Play in a Bold New Genre - The Marriage of Script and Improv
Lights Out! explores the relationship between three women related by genetics but seemingly far apart in their approach to life. Set in a small town library, we look at the cultural phenomenon of the modern library within the context of the lives of these three women. One of our Without-a-Net plays, we have assembled 5 teams of actors and directors who separately rehearse the same scripted play. For each of 25 performances, 1 actor from each team is called to the theater to perform. Seven characters played by 5 intrepid actors, all performing Without-A-Net. And the audience is in on the game!
In a series of workshops, we're working to develop this new play by A.A. Brenner.
Five years after falling in love for the first time, transmasculine filmmaker Cal returns to the scene of the crime: Ithaca, New York, where they also graduated from college. It’s Homecoming weekend, and Cal has invited the cerebral, ethereal actress Catherine back for one last hurrah—and, Cal hopes, to finally act on their intense mutual connection. But loose ends abound in Ithaca—from not-quite exes to unspoken attractions to friends—and Cal must sort them all out in the mere 36 hours in the place they used to call home. Welcome Home, Catherine Scott...or, the girl•friend play explores the complexities of modern romance, the intricacies of queer relationships, and the lasting intensity of first love.
In this Harvest Moon edition of the Full Moon Show, curated by Rani O’Brien and starring Jenny Lee Mitchell, Maria Dessena, and Pandora Burlesk, Mad Jenny helps us harvest what we need most to get through these trying times. Her cabaret stylings feature songs from life in Berlin in the 20s and 30s by Mischa Spoliansky, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, Brecht and Hanns Eisler, Claire Waldoff, and more. She sings of love, money, sex, gender, and surviving in Berlin at a time of great uncertainty and danger. It may well be our time, too.
About Mad Jenny
Mad Jenny sings On Suicide by Bertolt Brecht and Hanns Eisler