Recommended by Rich Espey

  • On Clover Road
    29 Jul. 2018
    An absolute thrill-ride from start to finish. I saw it at CATF and it has stayed with me. We need more edge-of-your-seat plays like this!
  • World Builders
    29 Jul. 2018
    This is a beautiful, intricate play about two beautiful, intricate souls that may leave you questioning your notions of mental "health". This is an important play for bringing neurodiversity into our understanding of diversity a whole.
  • The House On The Hill
    29 Jul. 2018
    An extraordinarily affecting play about two women affected differently but in equally devastating ways by a senseless tragedy. The stunning, uplifting ending shows us that it's worth hanging on, no matter what.
    29 Jul. 2018
    An intricate and moving play about family relationships shattered by political forces. D.W. Gregory's robust and imaginative characters must constantly choose between authentic self-expression and self-preservation in a frightening world, and you won't be able to help but ask yourself how you would/will react in the same circumstances.
  • The Insidious Impact of Anton
    13 Aug. 2015
    We've all been in Francesca's shoes (or we all will be), and watching her navigate this patch of her life in a funny and theatrical play is a real pleasure.
  • The Roommate
    4 Aug. 2015
    A funny and beautiful story about the joys and the terrors of personal reinvention and of opening yourself up to the new and unknown. Sharon's journey is part inspiration, part cautionary tale. It's wonderful to get to know and love two such different women so fully in such a tidy little play.
  • Neon Glowing New
    4 Aug. 2015
    A wonderful, funny, surprising, short play that upends traditional parent-child drama.
  • happiness (and other reasons to die)
    30 Jun. 2015
    A beautiful, funny play that reminds us all that even if you feel you are at the end...Keep Going!