directed by Carl Zeitler produced by Renata Allelujka
Have you ever been tempted to flee your own life? Becky Foster is caught in middle age, middle management, and in a middling marriage--with no prospects for change on the horizon. Then one night a socially inept and grief-struck millionaire stumbles into the car dealership where Becky works. Becky is offered nothing short of a new life and the audience is offered a chance to ride shotgun in a way that most plays wouldn't dare. Becky's New Car is a thoroughly original comedy with serious overtones, a devious and delightful romp down the road not taken.
Susan O'Byrne as Becky Foster
Jamie Ewing as Joe Foster
Joshua Reid as Chris Foster
Todd Oakley as Walter Flood
Shannon Bachelder as Kenni Flood
Richard Bucchi as Steve
Betsey Manzoni as Ginger
directed by Jack T. Smith produced by Debi Gits-Joseph
Lenny is a great guy: a good teacher, an excellent father and a loving husband. So when his wife leaves him for a smooth-talking Lothario who builds Walmarts, his life is shattered. While Lenny consoles himself with pizza and Monday Night Football, his best friend Mick takes matters into his own hands. Now Lenny must decide what he will stand up for and who he will stand up to. How far is too far to get back to happily-ever-after?
Gary Charles Metz as Lenny
Rich Kropp as Mick
Kate Roberts as Sarah
Linda Cunningham as Risa
directed by Jackie Meara produced by Rebecca Poole
At turns funny and powerful, Mothers and Sons portrays a woman who pays an unexpected visit to the New York apartment of her late son's partner, who is now married to another man and has a young son. Challenged to face how society has changed around her, generations collide as she revisits the past and begins to see the life her son might have led.
directed by Terry Kozlowski produced by Renata Allelujka
Go behind the scenes of a 1964 New York advertising agency when the most controversial television
commercial for a presidential political campaign was created and how we elect our leaders was forever
changed. The Daisy commercial ran only once but dealt a devastating blow to Barry Goldwater's campaign
against Lyndon Johnson. Based on true events, this play shows the conflicting motivations of the eccentric
characters on the team with the background of the cultural changes in the sixties.