Recommended by Jacquelyn Floyd-Priskorn

  • Double Helix
    10 Jul. 2024
    This play starts off on such a sci-fi trajectory, but it miraculously (no pun intended) becomes incredibly spiritual as well. And I think this is exactly where we as humans fail to see eye to eye. Science and spirituality absolutely can and do come together in the same plane of existence. I love the connections and mysteries of this piece. There are so many wonderful ideals being depicted in this story with some very engaging characters.
  • Better Call Shoenstein
    10 Jul. 2024
    Oh. My. Zeus! The puns come at you hard and fast in this wacky showbiz comedy from a reasonable facsimile of Ancient Rome. And you know you can't stop thinking about Ancient Rome, so why not laugh about it, too?! If you've ever read a Busser or a Norkin play, you know good, over the top comedy is where they shine. But now that they've put their talents together, get yourself some eclipse sunglasses! So much to love about this comedy!
  • Better Call Shoenstein
    10 Jul. 2024
    Oh. My. Zeus! The puns come at you hard and fast in this wacky showbiz comedy from a reasonable facsimile of Ancient Rome. And you know you can't stop thinking about Ancient Rome, so why not laugh about it, too?! If you've ever read a Busser or a Norkin play, you know good, over the top comedy is where they shine. But now that they've put their talents together, get yourself some eclipse sunglasses! So much to love about this comedy!
  • Predictor
    8 Jul. 2024
    Wow. This fast paced, comedically historical play will draw you in with its goofy game show beginning and hold you tight through the intense frustration of feminism and politics of the USA in the 1960s and earlier. But really, this isn't a play about feminism. I see it as a play about logic and great ideas being ignored or scoffed at because they aren't how "we always do things." The subject of this this play is just as important now as when it was being "conceived" in the 60s. This is a must see show!
  • Where We Go Together or The Flashlight Play
    5 Jul. 2024
    This is so wonderful and strange. And honestly an important story to tell. Even though the story will change every night, the fact that a story is told and experienced is so important. This is for a strong ensemble that is very comfortable with crowd work as well as just being left to the whims of the crowd while performing. This play will be talked about for ages, and the stories will never be the same...and that's exciting.
  • Sin - One Act Play
    4 Jul. 2024
    At first I thought this was going to be a modern WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? But it was so much darker. And so very timely. The powers struggle between those on top and those hoping to get there (and stay there) is so dangerous. This is a very upsetting piece, but it ends with a little bit of hope in regaining power for the weak and voiceless.
  • The King in Yellow
    4 Jul. 2024
    This is such a powerful and eerie ensemble play. It begins with normal characters. Actors and artists with archetypal needs and goals. And as the story unfolds, their desires become twisted. The ending of this play feels a bit like the powerful stomp dance of Rite of Spring. It will thunder through the theatre and echo through audiences minds for ages.
  • coming out
    27 Jun. 2024
    Omg, this play starts of like a drama, but suddenly becomes an over the top dark comedy and I am here for it! This is just so weird and funny and with a powerful message. Or messages? Can't forget how important it is to have a homosexual to dress you for all of your important church events!
  • New Girl in Town (a one minute play)
    27 Jun. 2024
    New Girl is SO relatable to new dog parents! So much energy, life...but also love. It will all be worth it! This is adorable.
  • Can't
    27 Jun. 2024
    It hurts that Lucy's voice is so familiar. However, I see in her breaking point a possibility of hope? Perhaps a turning point instead of a full break? This would be an important monologue for young people to see and possibly have a talk back afterward. Maybe they see something darker in Lucy's "can't." But maybe they can turn instead of break themselves.

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