“When something rings you have to answer it. Don’t you?”
by Bruce Norris
2015, Northeastern University
One house, racism, and the weight of history.
Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
2014, Northeastern University
A re-invention of the cult hit with three actors performing overlapping fragments of each character.
2013, Northeastern University
The women outsmart everyone— including themselves. Funny and fast.
Music and Lyrics by Sondheim
2012, Northeastern University
Do we need each other?
by Christopher Durang
2011, Northeastern University
Cruel and hilarious. A broken son examines his parents' tragically naive pursuit of the American Dream.
by David Auburn
2010, Seacoast Repertory Theatre (Portsmouth, NH)
What do we inherit?
by Gregory S. Moss
a world premiere
2010, Northeastern University
Camp, just the way you remember it: ghost stories, s'mores, arts & crafts, and tentacles.
by Alexandra Cunningham
2009, Northeastern University
Alex's charming best friend is secretly a monster, but she won't believe it, and she tears down his accusers. How far would we go to protect our own sense of self?
by Václav Havel
2008, Zero Arrow Theatre, A.R.T. Institute
An icon unravels as he wrestles with the absurd expectations of the world around him.
by Heather Lynn MacDonald
2007, Zero Arrow Theatre, A.R.T. Institute
Americans start over in the wild world of Moscow in the mid-90's.
by Constance Congdon
2006, Northeastern University
The aliens study us, and we are heartbreaking.
by Kelly Stuart
2005, Zero Arrow Theatre, A.R.T. Institute
A housewife bottoms out and escapes into a political world, breaking her home in the process.