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F. Scott Fitzgerald and Edna St. Vincent Millay host an evening of song, dance and comedy featuring The Courtship (Themes & Variations) by Emily Edwards & Patrick Storck, On a Play Twice Seen by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Buddy, Can You Spare a Rhyme? by Mim Granahan, Henry / Anne by Josh Hartung and Aria da Capo by Edna St. Vincent Millay with musical performances by Nicole Lee Aiossa, Melissa Delancey, Josh Hartung and the Dysfunctional Vaudeville Band plus a tap dance by Gyda Arber.
Halfway, Nebraska explores the limits of hope and what it means to love someone who may be too far damaged to save. Sheila counts down the miles as she drives her disturbed son and adoptive daughter from California to Nebraska.
The show traces the lives of several families who lived in a dilapidated Brooklyn home through the decades. Using yellowed and mildewed photographs found during a renovation to trigger instructions to audience members who scan them with their phones, The Photo Album lets participants peek into the lives of a Japanese-American family relocated to Brooklyn from a detention camp during WWII, or a struggling pair of Coney Island performers, or a quintessential American family trying to live the American dream in the shadow of the Cold War's nuclear nightmare, just to name a few. Almost as if they are actually sneaking into the characters' homes, audience members must search through the theatre to find these characters and draw them out to tell their stories in intimate, one-on-one settings. The audience members are even drawn into the action.
This is a sci-fi play where the audience will enter a world where androids have been a vital utility during the majority of the 20th century. A war with Mars wreaks havoc on earth in the mid '70s, and the moral of artificial intelligence comes into question when androids are put into battle. The two stories presented on stage will explore different facets of this controversy. In the first act, we meet a man whose life is in pieces after losing his job as an android producer. He meets a young woman, Grace, and he finds peace in his new surroundings. In our second part of the play, we see the horrors of planetary war through the eyes of a child. Videos and original music will supplement the stage action.
As a Superstorm approaches, the stories of two tunnel dwellers collide with Colin, a disgruntled every man at the end of his rope. This new urban myth explores what it means to make dollars, have things, and live a valuable life.