Recommended by Sara Jean Accuardi

  • Dead Special Crabs
    22 Oct. 2019
    This wild adventure of a play has it all: laughs, surprises, action, and a magic crab named Crunken. It also has a lot of heart and a beautiful message about being who you are. Kitrosser's work is smart, fun, and bursting with boundless imagination. This is a road-trip worth taking.
    18 Oct. 2019
    Wow. This all too timely play really caught me off guard. Carnes' witty dialogue and well-drawn female characters draw you in, but just when you think you know what this play is, it takes one unexpected turn and then another, with devastating results. Extremely well crafted.
  • The City in the City in the City
    13 Apr. 2019
    Imaginative, smart, funny, and touching, Capodicasa's gripping two-hander takes you on a wild journey that ultimately speaks to the small mysterious things that connect us all.
    9 Mar. 2019
    This beautiful and moving play enthralled me from start to finish. A history piece that feels extremely fresh and urgent.
  • Shakespeare's Skull
    9 Feb. 2019
    This play is crowd-pleaser if ever there was one. I attended a reading that had the audience-- a very large crowd composed of people from all walks of life-- laughing so much they were wiping tears away and bursting into random applause. It's pure fun and a surefire slam-dunk for any theatre company looking to simply give their audience a good time.
  • Mate: The Untouchable Bobby Fischer
    5 Feb. 2019
    Smart, fascinating, chilling-- this play grabbed my attention and didn't let go. The choice to explore Bobby Fischer though the lens of his relationships to the women in his life is a winning move. I would love to see a full production of this play.
  • Free Love
    29 Jan. 2019
    "Do you ever get nostalgic for something you never had?" This play had the audience rolling with laughter at a reading I saw. Such fun. A perfect comedic 4-hander for any 10-minute play festival.
  • How the Light Gets In
    11 Jan. 2019
    I attended a reading of this play in January 2018 that I find myself still thinking about a year later. This play is human, poetic, devastating, and hopeful. It's a small treasure.
  • Jordan's Wisdom
    6 Oct. 2018
    A beautiful and timely short play about moving beyond our initial judgements to see people as whole and complex human beings. Seid's writing glimmers with layered and poetic language.
  • Human Terrain
    1 Oct. 2018
    A powerful, complex, and gripping play that sticks with you.