Be Curious.

Be Brave.


​​​​​​Due to the situation with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are postponing our production of Waiting for Lefty and Much Ado About Nothing.  We hope to reschedule these productions soon.

by Clifford Odets
This classic American play, first produced by the Group Theatre in 1935, is a milestone in the history of theatre as a vehicle for political activism and continues to resonate through its examination of income inequality, patriotism, race, and social class.  By arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.

by William Shakespeare

This production of Much Ado About Nothing will be gender reversed and set in contemporary time. Yes, it is gender reversed, AND we are inclusive of non-binary people, so please come and audition. A gender reversed production of Much Ado will highlight and bring to the forefront how ingrained the gender politics of the play are, and give the opportunity to see this piece in a new light.  Adapted by Maureen-Theresa Williams.

BE INCLUSIVE — ​Be Creative — Be Engaged — Be Connected — Be Heard — Be Generous — Be Curious — Be Brave — B8