Recommended by Mollie Gordon

  • Family Fixin's
    29 Nov. 2023
    What a joy to read this play! Family Fixin's is a vivid and deeply moving look at family, healing, and the power of recipes. Sousa's characters are rich, thorny, and full of heart. The play comes to life in sounds and smells, and affords an artistic team so many details to dive into when staging it.
  • House of Kehillah
    11 Sep. 2022
    Absolutely gorgeous. Siegel beautifully weaves together three characters' unique stories for a textured and distinctly Jewish exploration of queer life. This play provides rich material for the actors and designers involved, as well as for the audiences lucky enough to see it.
  • Eve Addam’s Tearoom
    8 Jun. 2022
    What a sneakily powerful, gut-punch of a play! Lawing provides a riveting snapshot into queer history, as well as two rich and compelling roles for women. Lawing takes history and makes it intimate and immediate. Brilliant work!
  • motherson
    17 Apr. 2022
    In this touching and hilarious play, Friedman reinvigorates the oft-explored relationship between single parent and teenaged child with a fresh and multifaceted perspective. All of his characters are fully-drawn, deeply flawed, and incredibly endearing. This is a captivating play and a gift for any actor and/or director.
  • Follow The Bear
    6 Dec. 2020
    Witty, frank, and heartfelt, Follow The Bear by Cole Friedman unpacks loss and lost innocence with a deft gentleness and grace. It is a beautiful and touching look at the cyclical process of grief.