To Protest and Serve
420 NW 9th Ave.
Maria Irene Fornes has written more than 40 plays—she’s currently 84 and suffering from Alzheimer’s disease—but the Cuban-born playwright is rarely produced outside avant-garde circles. Por ...
New ensemble Box of Clowns presents a slapstick- and acrobatics-filled clown show about three siblings wrestling with their memories of their mother.
In this new play by Wayne Harrel, presented as a staged reading, it's the eve of World War I as three travelers in the desert swap stories of genies, angels and Mozart.
An in-progress showing of a new work devised and directed by Vivien Lyon, about a mother-to-be looking back on her past as a sex worker.
A staged reading of George Taylor's new play, set in 1504 when Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci were simultaneously commissioned to paint battle scenes on opposite walls.