Cardboard Castles Hung on Walls by Amy Tofte, October 13-16
An inside look at art and politics, and more importantly, a look at those who are often invisible.
The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa Fasthorse, November 10-13
A fast-paced comedy that explores whose voices are present, and whose are absent, when making decisions.
Sweat by Lynn Nottage, February 16-19
A pulitzer-winning take on what a community's responsibility is in the midst of economic strife.
RENT by Jonathan Larson, April 13-16
A beloved musical that celebrates people living on the fringe, and the families that are created in the face of hardship.
AND A BONUS:
The Way He Looks At You by Trent Sutton, August 18-21
An up-close look at the different forms that abuse can take, as two relationships are put under a microscope.
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, June 8-11
A 'stabbilicious' dramedy about betrayal, this is a fun new spin on a Shakespearean classic.