Recommended by Julie Zaffarano

  • So When Are You Leaving?
    22 Dec. 2018
    When this endearing dysfunctional family gathers for a summer holiday, swords are drawn and no prisoners are taken. A hilarious, non-stop ride. Thank you, Sheila Rinear, for a truly funny play.
  • The Final Battle (As it Occurred in the Holy City of Game Emporium and Exchange)
    21 Dec. 2018
    Pure fun for audiences and a tremendous opportunity for actors to play these “over the top” characters. Would love to see this on stage.
  • Threat Level: Cream
    21 Dec. 2018
    A seemingly “normal” commute with fun and witty banter that leads you in one enjoyable direction. But then Bavaso pulls the rug under you with a marvelous twist. Well done!
  • WATER
    21 Dec. 2018
    Hovanesian has created a character audiences will love to hate and will delight when he is smacked in his smug privilege. Strong dialog with a clever twist.
  • CHRISTMAS 2.0
    15 Dec. 2018
    Funny, sweet, and nostalgic — everything you want in a holiday play. The struggle of keeping truly connected in a world of technology is real — and beautifully resolved in this play. Donna Hoke is a genius.
  • Crazy Quilts
    10 Dec. 2018
    A slyly crafted tale where women take the law into their own hands and audiences cheer for them. Dark and twisted, this play will have you guessing until the last line.
  • THE REAL HERO
    10 Dec. 2018
    I laughed out loud reading this gem. While short in time, this play speaks volumes about our current society.
  • EVERYBODY HATES MARIAH CAREY
    10 Dec. 2018
    I’ll never hear “All I Want for Christmas is You” without thinking of this dark and edgy comedy. A haunting piece perfect for a night of non-traditional holiday shorts.
  • Man & Wife
    10 Dec. 2018
    So much life packed into one play. We follow this couple as they work through twenty-five years of marriage, as the world moves around them and life hands them unexpected problems. They hold on, they slip, they fall, they get back up again — in a hilariously human way. Would love to see this on stage.
  • Love, Sometimes
    9 Dec. 2018
    For anyone who has regrets about the “one who got away” (and don’t we all?) — Goldfinger brings us up close to a couple who loved and left, but who have not forgotten. Clever and heartfelt.

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