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Fly In The Windshield

Shabach Enterprise - Fly in the Windshield

Shabach Enterprise

Fly In The Windshield

By S. Denise O'Neal, Directed by Curtis Von.

"Go Nowhere Alone. Handle No Money. Be Accountable for Your Time. Attend Church." 

Pastor Raymond Greer has turned his life around and now runs an extremely successful men's drug rehab within his church. The program cost no money but is far from free. Over the next 90 days, six wayward men change from strangers to brothers while they set out to accomplish the impossible, holding on to the one tie that binds: the desire to be free...and to be clean.Read more

Porcelain

Caduceus Theater - Porcelain

The Caduceus Theater Arts Company

Porcelain

Written by Chay Yew and Directed by Bonnie Hewett

A young man stands on trial for a crime of passion. Triply scorned-as an Asian, a homosexual, and now a murderer-nineteen year old John Lee has confessed to shooting his lover in a public lavatory in London.  A winner of the London Fringe Award for Best Play, Porcelain dissects the crime through a prism of conflicting voices that recreate the murder through newscasts, flashbacks, and John's own recollection to a prison psychiatrist.  Read more

Love Has No Color

RJ Theatre on Wheels - Love Has No Color

Love Has No Color- A dynamic play that will depict some of black peoples greatest challenges during the 18 and 19 hundreds. The play caters to the sensitive dialogue of time past and present day. This thought-provoking collections of real-life adversities is sure to captivate the audience of all race, age, and religion. A message of hope, love, and dialogue. Read more

Curse of the Starving Class

The Catastrophic Theatre - Curse of the Starving Class

The Catastrophic Theatre

Curse of the Starving Class

By Sam Shepard, Directed by Jeff Miller

The Tate family is in serious trouble. Parents Ella and Weston are cornered and feuding, each struggling at cross-purposes to unload the family’s homestead and get out from under crushing debt. Meanwhile, their raucous and unpredictable teenage kids Emma and Wesley fight to scratch out an existence of their own.

The earliest of Pulitzer Prize winner Sam Shepard’s renowned cycle of family tragicomedies, CURSE OF THE STARVING CLASS balances a searing portrait of a rural, working class family in distress against savage dark comedy in Shepard’s trademark style.Read more

First Suburb

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The Catastrophic Theatre

First Suburb

By Chana Porter, Directed by Kyle Sturdivant

Five preteens teeter on the brink of adolescence when a shocking and violent act interrupts their insular world of personal struggles and triumphs. Catastrophic favorite Chana Porter takes us back to the early ’90s in a suburban planned community, the first of its kind in America, for a subversive, mischievous, and oh-so-familiar (or is it?) look at childhood.

The world premiere of FIRST SUBURB follows last season’s highly lauded world premiere of Porter’s LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR.Read more

Boston Marriage

Dirt Dogs Theatre - Boston Marriage

Dirt Dogs Theatre Co.

Boston Marriage

BY DAVID MAMET, DIRECTED BY LINDA PHENIX

Women of fashion meet Wildean wit in this wickedly funny comedy, set in the early 20th Century. Anna has received an enormous emerald from her married lover, as well as a stipend with which she intends to woo her longtime companion, Claire. But Claire is infatuated with a respectable young lady and wants to enlist the jealous Anna's help for a rendezvous. When Claire's young inamorata appears, it sets off a crisis that puts both the valuable emerald and the women's futures at risk.Read more

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