Tiny homes are all the rage in Chelsea Marcantel's play Tiny Houses. Bohdi is a hypnotherapist, Jevne is a YouTube artist, Ollie sells haunted dolls online, and Cath just left her job to move to Oregon with her new boyfriend. All of them are building a tiny house together in the back yard. As the dwelling comes together onstage, tensions swell, discoveries are made, and many buried feelings rise to the surface. In a world where bigger is always better, can tiny really equal happiness? Or is this a recipe for disaster? Directed by Laura Kepley, Tiny Houses is a comedy about what happens when the world shrinks.