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Sadie wishes to leave her life on the high seas to pursue her true passion: theatre.
The realities and the stereotypes of school violence. Not just the school shooting, but harassment and bullying. Violence is about power. So is high school.
A magic diary grants wishes: Good grades, popular friends, lavish gifts. But there are consequences to these wishes.
We label people every day. We’ve done it in the past, we’ll do it in the future.
Do you control the audience or does the audience control you?
Jack Frost spins the tale of Poor Marouckla who is tormented by her mean stepmother and her horse-faced stepsister. Based on a folktale by Aleksander Chodzko.
Demons on a date are never good.
A delightful melodrama replete with broad comedy, memorable characters, and plenty of booing and hissing for the stovepipe-hat-wearing villain!
Dancer loves to dance. But she is shy and a little insecure. How does she work past her feelings and let go? How does she dance like no one’s watching?
A 35 minute cutting of the original suitable for competition.
For the young men of Heywood, crossing the street is as dangerous as going off to war. A highly stylized comedy.
Madeline has body issues. So much so that different body parts are coming to life and talking back. A shorter version of this body image play.
A group of teenagers grapple with unanswered questions as they try to understand why someone who has it all would kill themselves. Powerful monologues.
An ordinary girl has an overactive imagination. Maybe. This is a fast physical extravaganza with guns, knives, and blood. Kittens will be harmed.
Cobweb dreams of a different life, away from Titania's train.
An inventive re-telling of the Grimms' fairy tale. Puppetry, percussive rhythms, twists in language, and unique characterizations.
You should know right away that this is not a traditional adaptation of Little Women.
A Spanish translation of Look Me in the Eye.
Sometimes the hardest part of school is getting from one class to the next.
A moving interpretation of the classic carol Good King Wenceslas. With music, song, a touching message and great roles for actors of all levels.
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