A new disease rises in Gay America.
A rust belt city erodes as the bosses bust the unions and move work to Mexico. Meanwhile, the locals fight over a rapidly shrinking pie.
A black family in 1950’s Chicago struggles to find stability and the American Dream.
Joe’s NYC Bar returns via the internet with all its charms and flaws.
A four person production of the epic “Ben Hur” end with disastrous and comedic results.
A young man comes of age just as WW2 threatens to take over the world.
Henry the Second nears the end of his life, and he sets his sons against one another for the crown.
Drugs tear families apart, even as they try to tape them back together.
Eight new plays draw raucous laughter in this season’s version of Play De Luna.
The closure of an old school manufacture in Reading, PA destroys a town and its inhabitants.
The poverty-stricken Bennett clan struggles to marry off their daughters in hopes of getting a retirement income.
Bad mistakes drive a good king to ground.
Just because you’re king doesn’t mean everything you do and say is wise.
A petty criminal tries to serve his sentence on the mental ward and gets a lobotomy for his trouble.
Should he date the boy or the girl? Why not both? We’ll tell you why in this musical of confused feelings.
Life and love unfold at a roadside hotel packed with charm and subtext.
A young ne’er-do-well meets a magical guitar that cleans him up and takes him far.
Perhaps its the cold, perhaps it’s the poverty, perhaps it’s all just magic, but this tale of a young boy in love with horses is as heartwarming as you could hope for.
Opera and traditional Spanish music underscore a romantic new musical still in work.
Pro Wrestling takes on Pro Theater for 2 falls out of three.
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