ANTARCTICA! Which is to Say Nowhere
Three Americans attempt to colonize Antarctica! Adapted from Ubu Roi by Alfred Jarry, this is a sprawling absurdist comedy about climate change, American imperialism, and our impending doom.
BEST LESBIAN EROTIA 1995
In this triptych play about love, lust, and domestic terrorism, a joyous romp through lesbian erotic fiction collides with one of the darkest hours in U.S. history. A play about the heights of fantasy, the depths of horror, and how we carry on after losing innocence.
A new American musical about a failed Bulgarian socialist uprising. A tragicomic epic about the role of the artist in a time of revolution.
HOW WE DIED OF DISEASE-RELATED ILLNESS
An absurdist comedy about American paranoia and epidemic disease inspired by the fear of Ebola.
PLAYS FOR STRANGERS
A compilation of 2-page plays written on-demand for patrons at Baltimore's Center Stage. An ensemble-driven mash-up fueled by the belief in art as a gift economy.
WHEN THE WHALES CAME
A family vacation to Alaska dissolves as prostate cancer rears its head. A play about disease, wildlife, fertility, and Catholicism that mutates like a cancer cell.
WHAT WE DID WITH OUR SHOES
A play about three generations of Maryland women as they navigate parenting, dying, and coming of age.
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