Our Season

2018-2019 Season

much to do much to fix

Much to Do, Much to Fix

Sep 5 – Sep 22

Six stages. Audience seating that rotates through each set.
Come explore the other side of energy. Much to Do, Much to Fix is a new take on immersive theater that will touch on global energy consumption, apathy, and love. Join us to experience the world of the dance lords, story gods, and Methesda (a mischievous life lord).


Aug 2 – Aug 17

Constellations explores the most basic connections between people, and the infinite directions that these connections can take. This 70-minute fugue-like production… takes that most elemental of dramatic setups — boy meets girl — and then spins it into a seeming infinitude of might-have-been alternatives.”



Sep 12 – 14

How does the Greek goddess Athena deal with a headache? Can Leon remember what happened to him, and why he deserves to be in the prison where he woke up? A double bill of new works, Atrytone/Fixed asks what happens when people are pushed to their limit, and how their decisions ricochet to those around them.

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

Nov 29 – Dec 22

A Christmas Carol recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. Come join us at the Devon Theater in Mayfair for this story of charity, redemption, and Christmas Spirit!

All this Intimacy

Jul 5 – Jul 13

Ty Greene is a normal guy with three very big problems. In an unprecedented (for him) run of promiscuity, Ty has managed to impregnate three women in the span of one week: his ex-girlfriend, his 40-something, married next-door neighbor, and his 18-year-old student. In this edgy comedy by playwright Rajiv Joseph, Ty’s problems illuminate every triumph and failure of his life, and as the women in his world converge and figure out what’s happened, Ty realizes that his life is adrift, and that he only has a limited time to try to piece it back together. All This Intimacy, which according to The New York Times has “a certain can’t-look-away pull,” is a comedy about friendship and lust and how the two don’t mix.


Jun 14 – Jun 21

John has been in a stable relationship with his boyfriend for a number of years. But when he takes a break, he accidentally falls in love with a woman. Torn between the two, filled with guilt and conflicting emotions, he doesn’t know which way to turn. His boyfriend is willing to wait for him to make a decision, but so is his girlfriend. And both are prepared to fight to keep him. As the pressure mounts, a dinner with both parties is arranged, and everyone wants to know. Who is John? What is he? And what will his decision be? A comic discussion of identity and sexuality, the play is specified to be performed with no props or set, so the focus is all on the drama of the situation.

Almost Maine

March 15th- March 24th

Welcome to Almost, Maine, a place that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States. It’s almost in Canada. And it’s not quite a town, because its residents never got around to getting organized. So it almost doesn’t exist. One cold, clear, winter night, as the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, the residents of Almost, Maine, find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But bruises heal, and the hearts mend- almost- in this delightful midwinter night’s dream.