Told through a series of two-actor scenes, Launch Day (Love Stories From the Year 2108) follows six couples struggling with relationship issues in a high-tech but perilous future. These couples face challenges including a robotic arm gone rogue, advertising firms pushing products by implanting computer chips into participants’ heads, genetically engineered hybrid animals like the buffadillo and pandaroo and AI supervisors that may or may not be sentient. Learn More
Poor but brilliant college student Tracy needs to get into a top law school so she can be a lawyer for the poor. With the economic odds stacked against her, she tries to rationalize her job writing term papers for other wealthy students, but she’s not sure she can do it. When We Get Good Again explores the current age in which personal integrity seems to be eroding before our eyes. In a world of privilege and deprivation, is it still immoral to cheat in order to level a playing field that is already supposed to be flat? Learn More
A young child named Little One is having trouble sleeping. Little One's family has moved to a new neighborhood, and he is nervous about attending a new school. With the help of la luna, a.k.a. Harvest, Música and the audience, Little One learns that everything will be all right and that new friends and experiences are a good thing. The show is designed to create a truly interactive experience for young audiences. Learn More
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The winner of the Blood Race—an ancient competition that takes place in the underworld—rules the capital city and all the people who labor for it, while the loser remains trapped in the underworld. Cricket and Moth have trained their entire lives to win, but when Moth learns the truth of the Blood Race, she is faced with a choice that could turn the world upside down. Inspired by classic Mayan narratives, The Hero Twins: Blood Race is an action-filled adventure that is also an allegory about inequality, justice and liberation. Learn More
An intern at a wedding event center makes a terrible scheduling error by booking two weddings at the same time in the same place, and it causes all kinds of chaos. Adding to the ceremonial confusion are the wedding themes—superheroes and the musical Cats—and the fact that the two couples are utterly mismatched. Threatened with exile from the wedding event universe by her overbearing boss, the intern improvises madly—but can she rematch the star-crossed lovers in time to avert complete disaster while making a bold career move? Learn More