The new year will kick off with One Thousand Blinks (January 12-29), written by Nick Starr, directed by Malinda Sorci, and produced by theNEST. The play centers on an underachiever who takes a job overseas translating the work of a demanding and oddly alluring Professor of Engineering.
The Fall to Earth (January 13-February 5), by Joel Drake Johnson, directed by Joe Brancato, will be produced by InProximity Theatre Company and star Deborah Hedwall, Amelia Campbell, and Jolie Curtsinger. In it, a mother and her adult daughter travel to an unfamiliar town in search of answers with a local policewoman as the emotional catalyst for their journey to discover the truth and themselves.
Project Y Theatre Company will present Lovesick (February 3-25), by Lia Romeo, music and lyrics by Tony Biancosino, conceived and directed by Michole Biancosino. The piece is acollection of modern love songs and stories set on the most dreaded day of the year: Valentine's Day.
Jack Canfora's Poetic License (February 9-March 4) is directed by Evan Bergman and produced by The Directors Company in association with New Jersey Repertory Company. The piece centers on upcoming Poet Laureate John Grier, and secrets that threaten to destroy his reputation and career.
Joyce Hokin Sachs' Eternal Equinox (March 1-31), directed by Kevin Cochran and produced by Grove Theater Center, is set in 1923 as the dashing mountaineer George Mallorypays a surprise visit to the summer home of two of Britain's most important artists, the Bloomsbury Group painters Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell.
The Maria Project (March 6-April 1) is writer/performer Marcella Goheen's deconstruction of a a Spanish-American family's history down to the secret that shaped its destiny. It is produced by Pure Projects, Inc. in association with Uncle Frank Productions, and directed by Larry Moss.
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