Performed virtually April 10th and 11th
An unknown actress and an accomplished out-of-work writer stumble upon each other on a park bench in Los Angeles and, through a brief encounter, these two teach each other life lessons they never would've come by themselves.
Three people discover that the grass is always greener on the other side in this humorous play about life, relationships, and searching for true fulfillment.
A therapist works with her seriously disturbed young client, but never is able to make a breakthrough. As her client talks on and on about shoes and belts and sweaters, he mentions a dream about his mother. The therapist finally has her answer... right?
A hilarious parody of two actors and one playwright who are also filling the roles of good cop/bad cop and prisoner. This comedy will leave you doubled up in stitches as it brilliantly marries metatheatrical lunacy with police drama.
Performances being held in the 2021-22 season are subject to change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Performances may be postponed, cancelled, or held virtually to uphold COVID-19 safety procedures.