UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL
After discovering a returned book, 113 years overdue, the librarian (portrayed by Owen Robertson) goes on an obsessive quest that takes him around the world and over 2000 years into the past. Join our librarian, in UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL for a mysterious and unforgettable 80 minute odyssey.
Angela is hiding in her basement, as a tornado is fast approaching. As the storm increases in intensity, she begins to reflect on her life and what has led her to this point. Based on Hamlet’s famous “To be or not to be” soliloquy, NATURAL SHOCKS, by Lauren Gunderson, will take you on an unexpected journey of confession, realization and revelation.
A SHAYNA MAIDEL
After surviving World War II, Lusia is reunited with her father and sister in America. Through a series of memories and fantasies, Lusia explores the joys and sorrows of her life before the war. A heartwarming and hopeful story about a Jewish family finding their way back to each other.
THE HUNDRED DRESSES
The time is September 1938, and tumultuous social and economic forces, at work across the globe and in the United States during the Great Depression, are being felt in a public school classroom in a rural Connecticut town. Ten-year-old Wanda Petronski is trying to fit in among the other students in Miss Mason’s class, but that isn’t easy. For starters, she’s shy, and a slow reader. Her family’s poor, and they live in a shack on the outskirts of town. But the added stigma Wanda faces as a member of a Polish immigrant family comes to a head when she claims she has one-hundred beautiful dresses—though she’s only ever been seen in one.
THANK YOU NOTES
UGLY LIES THE BONE
KEELY & DU
Somewhere, a group is holding a young woman in a locked room, against her will.
They aren’t going to hurt her. They don’t want any ransom.
They just want to change her mind about her unwanted pregnancy.
One of two finalists for the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1994, Jane Martin’s script comes down to a conversation between two women, both of whom have almost everything to lose in our country’s ongoing dispute over reproductive rights.
David Auburn’s Tony Award-winning script examines the difficulties of loving relationships within a neurodiverse family, and the challenges a neurotypical outsider must confront when he begins to care about one of them.
DARK VANILLA JUNGLE
Marie-Claude Tremblay’s mesmerizing solo performance as Andrea, a young woman grappling with what is left of her sanity received rave reviews at the First Annual Tampa International Fringe Festival! Philip Ridley’s harrowing script and Tremblay’s performance made audiences and critics alike laugh, cry, and squirm in their seat.