Our 2018-2019 Season

ReproRights!by Multiple Playwrights
Directed by Laylah Muran de Assereto 
October 11 – 27, 2018

This fabulous collection of short plays about women’s rights will bring you laughter and tears. Experience the stories of both real and fictional women brought to life on stage in an effort to shed light on what it means to have (or not have) rights as a woman in America.

​Be Honest — Be Engaged — Be Connected — Be Heard — Be Inclusive — Be Generous — Be Curious — Be Brave — B8

Fuddy Meers by David Lindsay-Abaire  
Directed by Max Minton
February 14 – March 2, 2019  

Claire’s rare form of psychogenic amnesia erases her memory when she goes to sleep. Upon awakening one morning with her usual blank slate, her chipper husband brings her coffee, explains her condition, hands her a book of essential information, then heads to the bathroom. Suddenly a half-blind and deaf man claiming to be her brother appears, takes her book and whisks her away. Claire encounters a woman who speaks in gibberish, a dimwitted thug, a pothead and a claustrophobic cop along the way. Everything in this funhouse plot brings Claire closer to revealing her past life and remembering everything she had forgotten. 
Fuddy Meers is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

Be Curious.

Be Brave.

B8.

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare
Directed by JanLee Marshall 
June 13 - 29, 2018
 
A classic comedic tale of love, royalty, fairies and magic – with a new twist! Women will play all of the traditionally male roles and vice-versa. See what happens to our world of male-dominance when the tables are turned.

Pinned Butterfly by Adam Esquenazi Douglas
WORLD PREMIERE
Directed by Peet Cocke
April 4 - 22, 2019 

A searing dissection of a rarely-discussed problem, this new play explores the issue of bisexual erasure within the LGBTQ community. When members of BKPride decide to hold the very first Gay Pride March, a handful of secrets ignite. What should be a celebration of self reveals prejudice within the LGBTQ community. As marching drums beat in the distance, war brews among lovers, enemies and hearts.