Recommended by Lia Romeo

  • One Kind of Fear (LITOQ #7)
    26 Mar. 2020
    Beautiful and scary short play about these times... or any times.
  • Truth/Dare
    17 Jan. 2020
    A beautiful, funny, and haunting coming-of-age story.
  • Alma (f.k.a. #nowall)
    9 Jan. 2020
    A lovely play that personalizes the political in an extremely effective way.
  • The Venetians
    9 Jan. 2020
    Incredibly smart take on Shakespeare. Matt uses his source material to explore essential contemporary questions in an entertaining and thought-provoking way.
  • THE WEDDING GIFT
    9 Jan. 2020
    Incredibly smart and unexpected take on race relations and power dynamics!
  • Look Look Look Look Look
    9 Jan. 2020
    A beautiful play. Bixby takes a setup that's instantly familiar (at least to modern urban apartment dwellers) and uses it to explore universal themes of insecurity and loneliness.
  • The Net Will Appear
    9 Jan. 2020
    Hilarious, surprising, moving, and highly effective onstage!
  • Hotbed
    9 Jan. 2020
    A beautifully-rendered and compelling historical piece, with a lot to say about fame, race, and power dynamics in contemporary America.
  • I Want a Unicorn Frappe!!!
    9 Jan. 2020
    Frothy, funny, and full of depressingly insightful commentary about what it means to be a young woman in the 21st century. Catherine has an incredibly unique voice and important things to say.
  • The Exposed Bone Workshop Collective Ensemble Studio "Not Just Your Average Theatre Company" Theatre Company Presents: "When Pigs Fly!" A Reading Series of Hot & Spicy New American Plays Written by the Artistic Director
    9 Jan. 2020
    One of the funniest and most truthful things I've ever seen about what it means to try to make a life in the theater.

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