Into You, written by Lee Blessing, explores the dynamics and relationship between three female college roommates, when one of them takes fate into her own hands and injects an unconscious man to gain revenge for her own victimization. Directed by James Carey, Producing Artistic Director, Attic Theatre & Film Center.
Blue Tuesday, written by Frank Anthony Polito, A husband neglects his very pregnant wife. They make plans to celebrate their second wedding anniversary on Sept. 11, 2001, but he goes to work at the World Trade Center. Directed by Jim Bontempo, free-lance director/playwright and faculty member at AMDA - Los Angeles.
Undescended, written by Wendy MacLeod, is an offbeat comic monologue about a forty year old barista who, on the day of giving birth to her first child, is thrown for a loop when she is visited by an angel and told that her baby isn't exactly what she has been expecting. A new play about gender, undescended testicles and what it means to be normal in the eyes of God. Directed by Brian Shnipper, Artistic Director, Attic Theatre & Film Center.
The Last Two People on the Platform, written by Allison M. Volk, A meta-play in which 2 characters are trapped in a play on a platform discussing life, the universe, and the best way to play 'hide and seek'. Directed by John Szura, freelance director, and Vice-President of the Attic Theatre Board of Directors.
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