Recommended by Donna Hoke

  • Hookman
    30 Jun. 2015
    Turns out it's just as easy for teens to dismiss each other as it is for grownups to dismiss teens, but in this well-crafted and highly theatrical play, Yee powerfully proves that beyond teens' seemingly banal chatter, there are big emotions and monsters--real and imagined--to contend with. Yee may have created the genre "existential slasher comedy," but that's okay, because with HOOKMAN, she provides a stellar example to emulate.
  • WORK
    30 Jun. 2015
    The challenge with this clever play is to NOT recognize any of the behaviors of the office workers. If you laugh--and you will--you fail.
  • JAM
    29 Jun. 2015
    Clever juxtaposition of the good and bad of malfunction among things, and people.
    29 Jun. 2015
    A favorite from Gwydion, and a play that shows us that there is never one right answer, one interpretation, and that we can never expect to all see things the same way--but we learn to live with that or accept the consequences.
  • End Days
    29 Jun. 2015
    Hilarious throughout, but not without the deeper sense of connection that plays need to truly shine.