Jo Marie Rose is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her purchase of the Inn at Rose Harbor, a local bed-and-breakfast. She has invited many of her former guests to join her as she reminisces about her early days as owner of the inn. The unique theatrical device of then-and-now guides the audience through a myriad of engrossing episodes, both humorous and serious. Learn More
Johnny could be a typical 17-year-old boy, hanging out in his treehouse and dreaming of talking to the beautiful Alana, were it not for his insistence that he has the mind of a 53-year-old. As Johnny persists in his claim that he’s an old man in a teenager’s body and conversations in the treehouse become increasingly peppered by the words of the Bard, Johnny grapples simultaneously with adolescence, love and the mind’s ability to heal from great loss. Learn More
Photographer Peter Bunther abruptly realizes that one of his oldest pictures has become invisible to him, as has any recollection of even taking it. Efforts to get to the bottom of Peter’s strange behavior are thwarted by “Memory Removal Company” members who, representing Peter’s growing dementia, proceed to figuratively and literally take apart his home and life, and Peter realizes that he will have to fight hardest for the person who means the most to him. Learn More
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6 to 24m., 4 to 18w., 1 to 20 either gender.
This gender-bending historical drama is based on Emma Edmond's memoir when she enlists as Frank Thompson and serves as a male nurse, spy and soldier during the Civil War. A "don't ask, don't tell" moment speaks clearly to the complexities of today's gender-fluid culture and the final life and death actions of the play give the story a Shakespearean feel, as she faces and accepts her own gender identity. Learn More