Recommended by Nat Cassidy

  • We See What Happen
    11 Nov. 2017
    This play is such a delight. An exceedingly entertaining subversion of the biographical one-person-show, as well a brilliant examination of several different kinds of superheroism, Alexandratos keeps the play moving without ever getting maudlin, letting a powerful, heartbreaking story hit us as organically and unexpectantly as it hits its protagonist. It's so intimate and well crafted it starts to feel like our own family history.
  • The Diver
    10 Nov. 2017
    This play is an utterly awesome semi-apocalyptic epic, a chilling glimpse into an all-too-possible future, a beautiful journey of searching and healing, and a profound love letter to New York City. I have loved watching this script develop and absolutely cannot wait to see it on its feet, fully realized.
  • Let There Be Love
    8 Nov. 2017
    LET THERE BE LOVE is an incredibly smart, funny, subversive look at romance and relationships--not just between lovers but between friends, parents, children, and consumers. It's full of deliciously wrought allusions to myth and literature, but the story works so well on its own that these references serve to make the play feel even more timeless.
  • The Violet Sisters
    5 Nov. 2017
    Gina Femia is one of our most emotionally in-tune playwrights and this beautiful play is no exception. As powerful a heartstorm as the hurricane which serves as the play's inciting incident.
  • Alond(R)a
    17 Jun. 2017
    I was lucky enough to hear a reading of this play in 2016 and was completely captured by it. It has tremendous heart, and is so skillfully written. Gina's characters never fail to be alive and relatable. I would jump at the chance to see this on its feet. It put my heart in a cobra clutch.
  • Bones Like Dust
    5 Aug. 2016
    A lovely, intelligent, witty 2-hander. I can't wait to see how it develops!