August 4, 5, 6, 7 2021 2021 at 8pm
August 7 2021 at 12am

Using techniques of devised theatre, improvisation, script analysis and more, we’ll look to the comic/pulp futurist and sci-fi stories of the past - create scenes and stories that shock, thrill and surprise - and put them together with a set, costumes, make-up, special effects, music and more to make an incredible show!

August 27 2021 at 8pm

Bring your favorite chair or blanket, your favorite snack, sit under the stars, and let us entertain you with some of our favorite songs!

By Jennifer Camp
October 1, 2, 7, 8, 9 2021 at 8pm

This moving and funny piece is comprised of four stories which are set at the New York Museum of Natural History. The play centers around four rooms, The Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda, in which Ben and Lilian resolve to meet one another; Birds of the World, where we meet Phillip, Claire and their son Buddy and learn about their lives; Ocean Life wherein James elegizes his lost love; and The Big Bang, where we find a love triangle between Barbara, Spencer and Richard is about to explode!

By Louis DiPilla III
October 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 2021 at 8pm

Edgar Allan Poe is celebrated as one of the best writers and literary critics in American history. His poetry and short stories still spawn imitations and adaptations attempting to recreate the eerie and mysterious mixed with deep melancholy that he so deftly created. What if anything in his life experience made him capable of tapping into feelings that still touch readers almost 172 years after his passing? What was the cause of his mysterious death, that to this day is still disputed?

This “ World Premiere” play takes place while Poe was being treated in the Washington College Hospital in Baltimore Maryland where he would die four days later. He is brought into the ward delirious and uncommunicative. In the throes of his illness Poe has a series of flashbacks where he relives events in his life. These events reveal the tragic losses, his creative successes, his troubled upbringing, and the lack of the love he craved during his short life, while giving a glimpse into how these experiences effected the art he left behind.

Some of his works are recited in part and in whole during the production.