Clarabelle, 86 (2f, 1m)
When a lonely person dies, it is the job of the city to go through their things. Thus is the fate of Clarabelle B. Jones, a reclusive hoarder from Queens, and the two city administrators tasked with making meaning of her life, and their own lives, through what she owned. What is our relationship to our stuff and can our impact upon a place last after we are gone?
Georgia is Waiting (2f, 2m)
Georgia Arizona Montana Dakota Smith's father left when she was seven, so she lied and said he was killed by a bison. Yet suddenly, after years of trying to reach her, he has stopped calling, prompting Georgia to reach out to him for once, and to make sense of why she has been avoiding the truth for all these years. A play about fathers, daughters, memories and how we choose to view the people who have wronged us.
Chekhov's Gun (5f, 4m)
Merriweather Holstrom, finding herself single and jobless, moves to Western, Massachusetts to teach theater to the students at a very progressive high school. Tasked with creating a piece about an "important sociopolitical issue", Merriweather's sanity begins to unravel as the students' lack of knowledge about theater, and the world at large, causes the school administration to blame Merriweather for the chaos that ensues.
Potluck (3f, 3m)
It is the night of Jim’s monthly vegan potluck, and this time it falls on a full moon in Scorpio, so things are bound to get a little wild. While sustainably harvested chardonnay is poured freely, and anger is improperly shoved deep down inside like the quinoa-stuffed bell peppers someone has brought to the communal table, in the distance lurks a headless chicken and others ready to cause these vegans to face parts of themselves they thought their shamans had previously eradicated them of. No one is quite as they seem, and someone is definitely an imposter. No really, she might not even be human. Potluck asks: If you are what you eat, but not what you think, then who are you really?
The Nose (3m, 2-3 flexible)
MJ Kovalyov, an average man, who works at an average job in "The United States of Office Chairs", aka Midtown Manhattan, wakes up one day to find that his nose is missing. What ensues is a frantic chase around the city to get his nose back, who as it turns out has become a hip hop mogul overnight. A modern interpretation of the Russian short story "The Nose" by Nikolai Gogol.
The Great Fly (2f, 2m)
Emily Dickinson was known to be a private person, but Sigmund Freud will stop at nothing to figure her out. In fact, he has decided to date her. Yet, when a strange woman with a dead baby knocks on the door, The Belle of Amherst, and famously ridiculed Austrian Psychotherapist must face the facts of their delusional relationship, and life as they know it.
Oh Amherst! (4f, 2m)
Connor, a white boy, is rejected from Amherst College, while Cynthia, a young woman of Mohegan descent gets accepted. Connor is upset, but plans to move on with his life, that is, until Lord Jeffery Amherst shows up and forces Connor to seek revenge on Cynthia for this “wrongdoing”. With the unwarranted help of a band of spiritual white women, Cynthia must face Connor, and the two of them must face their own identities, as well as the not-so-pleasant history of the place they both call home.
The Talkback (6f, 8m)
Hello and welcome to the show. Please turn off your cellphones, donate all the money you don't have in the name of "independent theater", and stick around for a "brief" talkback afterwards. We look forward to airing our offstage drama, discussing our shallow interests in the inclusion of "marginalized" groups, and alienating you with our inside jokes. We hope that if we haven't scared you off yet, that you might give us an unnecessary standing ovation at the end. Now, without further ado, the thing you paid way too much money to see, which probably won't be very good.
Ron Don Jon Juan (1f, 4m)
Ellery is dying. But before she can leave this world, she must revisit the "ironic rhyming tragicomedy" that were the four men she married.
Sitting Causes Cancer and Other Modern Tragedies (1f, 2m, 1 voice).
Jancy, not Nancy, Jancy with a J, works at an office. Jancy, not Nancy, Jancy with a J can try harder than that, can be better than that, can be more herself than herself. Jancy, not Nancy, Jancy with a J is never going to sit still. Ever. Otherwise she'll end up with cancer like sad/weird/sexy/dead Thomas whose butt is glued to his chair. But Thomas doesn't have cancer. That doesn't matter. He'll probably get it any minute. Because everyone dies of cancer. Everyone. Everyone dies. But If you never sit still, you never die. Ever. Right?
Ginny (2F, 1M)
Ginny finds a note from her mother in the attic. Her father watches TV. You can never fix the hole she left.
Alaska in the Summertime (1F, 2M)
A lonely truck driver making the long haul to Alaska encounters a runaway teen hitchhiker and the personification of the winter wind, or has he been on the road for too long?
One Person Shows
Our Common Deception (1F)
You are breathing somewhere else… A rumination on the inevitable end
Only Children (4F, 2M) (co-written with Brianne Zulkiewicz)
It’s spring break of senior year of high school and only children/best friends Dagny and Juniper can’t wait to sneak out to party, interpretive dance to pygmy music, and discuss Socialism with Lowell and his band mates, well, actually, Socialism is kind of lame, but getting drunk off your mom's 100 proof tincture vodka is cool. Yet, when an uninvited, over-dramatic, guest shows up, the night gets ruined in more ways than imagined.