July 5-8

“Achtung Grimm!”

Concrete Temple

Directed by Renee Philippi 

Production Staff:

Technical Direction Carlo Adinolfi        

Music composed Lewis Flinn             

Lights Design Renee Molina             

Costumes Cherie Cunningham

Stage Manager & ME Shiraz Biggie


Vera Beren                 

Mi Sun Choi              

Sandra Parris             

Maggie Steele                 

Michael Tomlinson              Bob Goldberg  

A group of five actors and one democi-looking accordion player reenact a couple of fairy tales for our amusement and fright. Theatre and fairy tales both work best when they make us jump out of our skin a little bit.

“Profound, playful, and worth hunting out”

-The Scotsman  





July 12-15


People Can Run

Written & Directed by ROB EVANS

Production Staff:

Sound & Music Dave Carey

Lighting Design Elena Pena

Festival Lighting Design Aaron Lemon-Strauss

Light Board Anne Sorce

Costumes Suncana Dulic


Kieran Fay

Sophie Fletcher

Ben Lewis

A travel agent going nowhere. An underperforming personal trainer. An ad-man who’s started to believe the hype. A darkly comic tour through the lives of three desperate young urbanites as their carefully constructed worlds begin to unravel. Sharp writing, black humor and physical absurdity in a high-octane theatrical universe.

“An extraordinarily cool production”


“This is nothing short of superb”

-The List

“A young Company of tremendous promise.”

-The Scotsman



July 19-22

Particularly in the Heartland


Directed by Rachel Chavkin w/ Ensemble

Production Staff:

Set Design Nicholas Vaughan

Dramaturgy Stephanie Douglass

Light Design Jake Heinrichs

Sound Design Matt Hubbs


Jake Margolin

Kristen Sieh

Jessica Almasy

Jill Frutkin

Brian Hastert

Libby King

Chantal Pavageaux

Travel to a Kansas where parents vanish, aliens grow in cornfields, New Yorkers fall from the sky, and dead presidents stop by for Christmas dinner...


"Particularly in the Heartland (…) makes a particularly strong case for the virtues and rewards of new theater”

–The NY Sun

“A world that has gone seriously mad!”

–The Scotsman



July 26-29

The Flight of Icarus

Soho Think Tank

Written by Aaron Mack Schloff

Conceived & Directed by S. Buggein

Based on the novel by R. Queneau

Production Staff:

Scenic Design Kanae Heike

Lighting Design Burke Brown

Costume Design Kate Cusack

Music & Sound Design by M.Yionoulis

Costume Asst. Nuria Frances

Stage Manager Danielle Moran


Kate Hampton

Tom Butler

David Michael Holmes

Joel Van Liew

Polly Lee Jean

Hillary Keegin

Michael Nathanson

Wayne Alon Scott

In 1980’s Paris, Icarus flees from the novel of his author Hubert Lubert, who hires a detective to find him. But Icarus has already met LN, a prostitute who herself escaped from a crossword puzzle. Together, they are building a life in a city full of dizzying New Things: the automobile, sado-masochism, aviation, the color mauve.

  “Charming and Witty” - nytheatre.com



Aug 2-5


Ripe Time

Written and Directed by Rachel Dickstein

Choreographed by the Director in collaboration w/ the Ensemble

Based on “The Treatment of Bibi Haldar” by Jhumpa Lahiri

Production Staff:

Music Direction Vijay Iyer

Scenic Design S. Z. Rogers

Costume Design Oana Botez-Ban

Lighting Design Juliet Chia

Dramaturge Emily Morse

Production Stage Manager Pamela Salling

Asst. Director Claire Larsen

Production Manager Gary Levinson

Sound Engineer Stefano Zazzera


Soraya Broukhim

Margot Ebling

LeeAnne Hutchison

Daniel Irizarry

Mahiura Kakkar

Sean T. Krishnan

Paula McGonagle

Andy Paris

Nate Schenkkan

Explores the dreams, expectations and losses surrounding women’s relationship to independence, sex, and marriage. Crosses time and cultures to investigate Eastern and Western rituals that instill individual identity with meaning.


“Not only a magnificent piece of theatre but also a thought-provoking work of art for women”


“Magical moments… stunning images.. pure visual entertainment” ... “Dickstein is a maverick illusionist."

-New York Times























Aug 9-12

The Jaded Assassin

Big Time Action Theatre

Written by Michael Voyer

Directed by T. Haskell

Production Staff:

Fight Choregraphy Rod Kinter

Set Design Paul Smithyman

Costume Design Wendy Yang

Asst. Costume Design Deborah Erenberg

Fight Sound Design 31 Down Productions

Light Design Nick Hohn

Dance Choreography Rebecca Ramirez


Nick Arens

Aaron Haskell

Laine D’Souza

Jo-anne Lee

Judi Lewis Ockler

Adam Alexander

David Salomon Rodriguez

Jason Schumacher

Alana McNair

Aaron Slavik

John Ficarra

And Wendy Yang

In a brutal, mythical world, a non-pureblood must end the curse and misery that has wrought her land. Even if that means killing everyone in her path.

“Innovative martial-arts fantasy”

-NY Times

"Take that crouching tiger, hidden dragon!"

-The New York Times


“It is exciting, vibrant theatre”






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