October 7-23

Soho Think Tank w/ Voicechair Productions

Rum and Vodka

written by Conor McPherson directed by Sam Buggeln

Performed by Mike Alhadeff

Production Staff:

Costume Design Mattie Ulrich
Vocal/Dialect Coach Ann Klautsch
Technical Director Jay Sterke

“Nice jolt”




November 9-30

Synapse Productions

The Phoenician Women

Adapted and Directed by David Travis

Featuring Aysan Celik, Michael Aronov, Keith Davis, Sybil Lines, Robert Kye-Hill, Chris Thorn, Will Davis, Curt Hostetter

Production Staff:

Scenic Design by Andrian W.Jones

Costume Design by Melissa Schlachtmeyer, Lighting Design by Thomas DUNN, Stage Managment by Jennifer Conley Darling.


"THE PHOENICIAN WOMEN brims with life, energy, and the sheer intelligence of his concept..."

- Theatrescene.net


"An engaging, compelling, and frighteningly contemporary evening of theatre"
- American Theatre Web


December 4-22

Doug Varone and Dancers

The Bottomland

New work by Doug Varone

Original Cast:
Adriane Fang, Faye Driscoll, Natalie Desch, Nina Watt, Larry Hahn, Eddie Taketa, Daniel Charon, John Beasant III

Music By: Gaetan LeBoeuf
Music Title: original score
Lighting By: Jane Cox
Costumes By: Liz Prince
Sets By: AllenMoyer



"Varone's ability to convey depths of emotion through highly charged, physically exciting choreography has made him a rarity among his generation."
The New York Times


January 15-February 8

Adobe Theatre Company


By Todd Miller

Directed by Jeremy Dobrish

Featuring Arthur Aulisi, Lance Ball, Sarah Bittenbender, Henry Caplan, Steven Capone, Frank Ensenberger, Michael Garin, Meganne Goerge, Michael Gottlieb, Arthur Halpern, Vin Knight, Matthew Maraffi, Chris Marobella, Janice O'Rourke, Erin Quinn Purcell, Jay Reiss, Molly Renfroe, Jay Rosenbloom, Paul Strong, David Slivken, Chris Todd, Paul Ziemer






February 14-March 9

Wash&Fold Theatre project

The Last Days of Madalyn Murray O'Hair, in Exile

by David Foley

Directed by Samuel Buggeln

Featuring Frank Ensenberger, Marc Santa Maria, Julia McLaughlin, Katie Byxbe Pessin, Arlen Snyder, Ben Wang, Dared Wright

Set by Lucio Seixas, Lights by Farley Whitfield, Costume by Moira Shaughnessy, Sound by Mark Huang



"truly funny... leaves heavier questions to think about if that's

what you're looking for."

- Offoff.com


March 15-April 5

New Georges

None of the above

By Jenny Lyn Bader

Directed by Julie Kramer

Featuring Kel O’Neill, Alison Pill

Set by Lauren Helpern, Lights by Tyler Micoleau, Costumes by Veronica Worts, Sound by Jill Duboff.



"To borrow a few words from their SAT test, Pill and O'Neill are so affable and their wrangling so piquant that you hanker to capitulate to this thoroughly recreative endeavour."
The Village Voice


"Ms. Bader is a bright writer.under Julie Kramer's lively direction, both actors keep their energy levels high."

– The New York Times

April 11 - May 3

Clubbed Thumb

Springworks '03


Design Your Kitchen

by Kate Ryan
directed by Robert Davenport


Jeremy Alan Richards
Annie McNamara
Vin Knight
Gail Dennison
Abigail Lopez
Lawrence Jansen
Natasha Price
Harrison Hogan
Deron Bos
Tricia McAlpin

Set Designer: Andrew Cavanaugh Holland
Lighting Designer: Les Dickert
Costume Designer: Liam O'Brien
Sound Designer: Michael Newman
Stage Manager: Brandie Lynne Peck


Somewhere Someplace Else

by Ann Marie Healy
directed by Annie Dorsen


Mara Stephens
Laura Heisler
Ryan Shogren
Andrew Weems
Todd Cerveris

Set Designer: David Korins
Lighting Designer: Ben Stanton
Costume Designer: Junghyun Georgia Lee
Sound Designer: Fitz Patton
Props Master: Valerie Green
Stage Manager: Jerry Maraia
Run Crew: Jeff Zorabedian, Philip Dellapina


Late: A Cowboy Song

by Sarah Ruhl
directed by Debbie Saivetz


Carla Harting
Addie Johnson
Mather Zickel

Set Designer: Andromache Chalfant
Lighting Designer: Steve O'Shea
Costume Designer: Eric Hall
Sound Designer: Bray Poor
Composer: Michael Escamilla
Stage Manager: Erin Cameron



May 8-21

Bernard Marie Koltes New York


In the Solitude of Cotton Fields

Directed by Marion Schoevaert
Translated by Lenora Champagne




Battle of Black and Dogs

Directed by Doris Mirescu
Translated by Michael Attias
Live Music by Michael Attias, Anthony Coleman, Jim Pugliese





West Pier

By Bernard-Marie Koltes

Directed by Jay Scheib

New american translation by Marion Schoevaert and Theresa Weber


Roberto Zucco

Directed & translated

by Daniel Safer



June 4-29



Written and Performed by John Kuntz

Directed by Carl Andress


Through a series of hilarious and uproarious monologues in Starfuckers, John Kuntz delves into the muck and mayhem of celebrity, showbiz and wounded psyches.


"Genuine belly laughs"

- New York Magazine

Best Solo Show



Best Solo Show

Boston Theatre Award


"hilariously irreverent"

- Backstage



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