October 27 - 30, 2016
Written by Peter Morgan
Directed by Susanna Frazer
A staging of David Frost's interview of Richard Nixon after his downfall, from a different politically polarized era!
June 17 - 26, 2016
Our actors read selected scenes from the exciting new work of our own playwrights, featuring John Barrow, Marilyn Crockett, Michael Davidson, Marge Nissen and Mark Speyer.
July 25 - 30, 2016
at the Midtown International Theatre Festival
Written by John Barrow
The Rev. Boykin, Jr. is in trouble. His megachurch and his television ministry are losing money. His wife Althea is fed up and wants out. Death arrives one day to claim Boy and then all hell breaks loose!
June 17 - 26, 2016
Written and composed by Lewis Papier, and directed by Janette Goleme
If Princess Diana could go back to relive her high profile, tumultuous life, would she make different choices? Charles & Diana: The Musical, offers her that opportunity.
May 26 - June 12, 2016
By Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Margulies
A theatrical family grapples with fame vs. art, mismatched love, buried secrets, explosive jealousies and the search for acceptance - in this charming, funny, emotional rollercoaster.
Rescuers - A staged reading of the new play
March 19 & 20, 2016
Written & performed by Kelly Taylor
Directed by Gretchen Cryer
Altruistic and unique - or rash and foolhardy? One woman's journey from rescuer to rescued.
May 14-31, 2015
Extended by popular demand to June 7!
by August Wilson
directed by Arthur French
A black family in 1957 Pittsburgh struggles with love, rivalry and betrayal as a troubled father is pitted against his son's dreams.
In Our Own Words
Fourth Annual Benefit Event
directed by Susana Frazer
A witty and profound collection of 22 great women's words in history! Woven into a collage of monologues, questions and song and played by 15 actresses.
Althea: She Went to Hell
a new play by John Barrow
directed by Cecelia Riddett
Cecelia Riddett directed this dark comedy, set in a Southern Christian ministry, where Death's messenger arrives to claim the soul of a televangelist. The evangelist's wife elects to go in her husband's place and embarks on an interesting journey on her way to Hell.
The Old Settler
by John Henry Redwood
directed by Ajene D. Washington
Winner of the 2014 AUDELCO Award for Best Revival!
Two lonely middle aged sisters in Harlem are thrown into turmoil, romance and hope with the arrival of a young man from the south.
Third Annual Cabaret Benefit
A celebration of Italian arias and folk songs, with wondeful donated food and drink from neighborhood restaurants!
All My Sons
by Arthur Miller
directed by Susanna Frazer
A revival of Miller's explosive first Broadway hit! A mid-western family in post WW11 is forced to confront its dark secrets. EXTENDED.