WOODY GUTHRIE’S AMERICAN SONG is first and foremost a celebration of American life, our history, our struggles, our joys as seen and heard through the eyes and ears of one of America’s greatest folk music treasures, Woody Guthrie. Written for five actors and three musicians, this ensemble play traverses our land “from California to the New York Island…from the redwood forests to the deep sea waters.” And like the song says,
this play was made for you and me.
Comic Satire–What could possibly go wrong when a troupe of white theatre makers attempt to devise a play about the holiday’s origins that will give due respect to the continent’s Native peoples?
Four unsuspecting New Jersey housewives encounter Mother Nature when the Goddess Diane comes to call.
A Comedy Classic—An eccentric comic is forced to conform to society to retain legal custody of his orphaned nephew.
One of America’s hottest new plays – Ninety minutes watching a high stakes literary balestra between the best writers of their time – Will Shakespeare and Kit Marlowe.
Old friendships collide in this eco-thriller, bristling with chills and suspense.