Recommended by Gina Stevensen

  • The Palimpsest
    13 Mar. 2021
    A thrilling, inventive, and dizzyingly soulful exploration of identity, connection, mental health, and meaning. Absurd and darkly funny, The Palimpsest reminds me of the best works by Churchill and Ionesco. You'll want to keep an eye out for Mischa's plays - she is a new voice on the scene and is sure to be a force to be reckoned with!
  • Ada
    24 Sep. 2019
    A thrilling and thought-provoking exploration of humanity in a technologically fraught world. How do we define consciousness? What is our collective responsibility to the life-like things we create? As the characters struggle with questions of identity, morality, and revenge, it becomes impossible not to turn those questions on ourselves.
  • Outer Banks
    24 Sep. 2019
    Stephen Foglia's writing brims with heart, tenderness, and resilience, and "Outer Banks" is no exception. The setting and characters are exquisitely grounded from the very first page, making it all the more exhilarating as the the boundaries of reality begin to break down. Junie is rich and complex, as are all of Stephen's female protagonists. This play will leave you holding your breath.
  • Imagine That
    6 Oct. 2018
    Such a delight! A wickedly funny absurdist comedy that is at times brutal, tender, and desperate. In wildly theatrical ways, the play raises surprisingly dark questions about value in contemporary American society.