PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
Theo and Cecily want to be honest about their sexual histories, but what happens when telling the truth jeopardizes everything? A contemporary queer love story exploring gender, intimacy, and the dangers of revealing yourself to the person you love.
THE HOUR OF GREAT MERCY
Ed, a Jesuit priest, returns to the icy and isolated community of Bethlehem, Alaska, in a last-ditch effort to reconcile with his estranged family. Upon arrival, he finds a town still shaken by a tragedy that struck five years ago. As Ed and the community test the limits of their capacity to forgive, Ed unexpectedly falls in love with a stranger beneath the starry Alaskan sky.
THE KIND ONES
Out in rural Montana, in a decaying family farmhouse, Nellie is trying to tend to her pigs and move on from her past. But when a stranger shows up with a dangerous offering, she once again finds herself face-to-face with the horrors of domestic violence. A gothic comedy thriller about the lengths some will go to seek retribution.
MENSTRUATION: A PERIOD PIECE
Claire is a 38-year-old lesbian who is desperate to figure out if a lesbian period is the ultimate lesbian tragedy. Emily is a hormone in Claire's uterus who is desperate to save her country. A comedic, poetic rendering of the menstrual cycle, our heroines leap between the living room, the uterus, the ovaries, and the fallopian tubes to test the limits of love, the limits of the body, and the limits of what any single organism can accomplish alone.
Can one small person or nation change the great tide of history? From a Bulgarian village on the eve of revolution to the fantastical capitalist paradise of America, a condemned poet travels through time and space in this Faustian tragicomic new musical inspired by Geo Milev's epic poem, September.
PLAYS FOR STRANGERS
A gift play compilation of 2-page lobby commissions written for patrons at Baltimore Center Stage.
Photo credits for Plot Points in Our Sexual Development at LCT3: Jeremy Daniel.
Photo credits for The Hour of Great Mercy at Diversionary Theatre: Simpatika.
Photo credits for The Doubtful Guest: LubDub Theatre Co.