“Lone Wolves “ By Philip Hall
There seems to be divorce in the air. John and his precocious daughter Barbra are preparing to host a dinner for Annie and her new boyfriend. Annie is John’s wife - Barbra’s mother.
“Somebody’s Darling” By Joanne Scacifero
While the country mourns the death of Abraham Lincoln, three women who loved his assassin John Wilkes Booth struggle through their own private grief amid an air of fear and suspicion.
“Perfect Little Girl” By Dan Yurman
Perfect Little Girl tells the story of Lisa as she grows from a young school girl into a young woman. She is pretty; she is intelligent and appears perfect in every way. But as the play progresses through her life, from her grade school class, to her parents, to her first love, it becomes apparent that being a perfect little girl may not be such a great thing after all.
“Let Me Be Frank” By Connie Schindewolf
Mary, a woman struggling to deal with her husband’s Alzheimer’s disease, accidently stumbles upon a potential cure and is able to bring Frank out of his clouded stupor for short periods of time, but will he be able to keep his clarity for more than 30 minutes?
“Banished” By Bernie Yanelli
Ignoring the needs of her family, a strong-willed woman, Anne Hutchinson, takes on the tyrannical leader of the Puritans, John Winthrop, and risks losing everything in the process. The play explores the actions of two extremists and the enormous costs involved–to a family and a society–when neither one listens to the other. Based on a true story, the play entwines fact and fiction throughout.
“Thousand Oaks” By Sylvia Reed
Tom and Ann and their three children are the last residents of Thousand Oaks, a failed subdivision in Florida. Ann wants to walk away from their home as all their neighbors have done, but Tom reminds her why they must stay. Will the consumer culture that got them into their predicament ultimately be their way out?