It is two generations into the future. What is left of humanity survives in space stations in orbit around our planet. Interstellar travel is not yet possible and Earth is uninhabitable.
Set in post war Berlin, Frankenstein 1945 explores the world of Victor Frankenstein, a young doctor who has recently severed ties to the Nazi medical experiments.
Marrow follows Morgan, a grad student researching witchcraft trials who is obsessed with gender politics, persecution and power paradigms.
Set in a future Japan where sea levels have risen and drowned the coastal cities, Umizoko explores survival, culture and the tension of displacement and belonging in the face of disaster. The installation is an interactive puzzle of sights, sounds, and smells from a dystopian though entirely realistic world. Each technological artifact reveals a story ofContinue reading “Umizoko”
Two nobody musical theatre nerds make a pact to write an original musical in three weeks. They follow the old adage to write what you know and set off on a unique musical adventure.
When a troubled modern dancer moves for solace and solitude, she finds herself drawn into a tender relationship with the helpful man living above her. But why is she suffering violent behavior in her sleep?
Do we not create our own realities as we see fit? Do we remember our pasts or do we invent them? Do we live in the present or is it manifested? Our future… is it imagined or predicted?
Emerging from their clawfoot bathtubs, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband.
Two fools become lost in a vicious cycle of love and hate, struggling to know right from wrong within the confines of their forbidden romance.
The spring was filled with passion, tension and tragedy in the form of a beautiful and challenging production of Antigone by Sophocles.