Dartmoor Prison by Carlyle Brown, directed by Chay Yew (October 13 - 23) is a journey into Britain's most notorious holding pen for prisoners of war and domestic criminals during the War of 1812, including "King Dick"--an African American sailor whose life at sea has provided him with remarkable personal freedom at a time when millions of enslaved Africans are still held in bondage.
Chicago Boys by Kathleen Tolan, directed by Ann Filmer (October 27 - November 6) is set in the 1970s in Chicago and Santiago, Chile, and tells the story of Joe, a young American economist who travels to Chile to promote freemarket economics. But when a coup erupts and political power shifts, he quickly finds that theory and practice collide in a very messy world.
Ask Aunt Susan by Seth Bockley, directed by Joanie Schultz (November 10 - 20) is a new comedy about a 20-something man who moonlights as Aunt Susan, an online guru offering advice to women on everything from boyfriends to back problems.
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