Rail by Charlie O’Leary
Directed by Ivey Lowe
January 11th @ 8pm
Winnie and Jace have been getting close ever since their classmate jumped in front of a train – but we don’t need to talk about that. Actually, it’s sort of weird that you brought it up. Was anyone even friends with him anyway? A play about teenagers who hang out in basements.
Jasper by Terry Milner
Directed by Eddie Prunoske
January 18th @ 8pm
Lee’s dog Jasper was old, but when it appears his girlfriend Melinda may have hastened his death, Lee has no choice but to turn to his estranged family for comfort. But is Lee’s grief really about the loss of a pet, or does the true source of his pain lie deep in the past, buried in the red dirt of his rural southern home?
While We Wait by Charly Evon Simpson
Directed by Illana Stein
January 25th @ 8pm
Letters and airplane tickets fall from the sky. Memories, like snowflakes and feathers, come in on a breeze. Grace waits for an email to come. James waits to send it. And as they wait, they replay memories, imagine futures, and deal with an uncomfortable present.
You Feel So Far Away Right Now by Alexis Roblan
Directed by Dara Malina
February 1st @ 8pm
He’s into vore, she’s into centaurs (like, sexually). A dark comedy set in the isolating landscape of human relationships, and neighboring small towns on the Oregon coast.
Grit by Michael Sean Cirelli
Directed by Sharone Halevy
February 8th @ 8pm
Minsk and Wimple live in their tent at the bottom of the stairs under the bright in the up and, for them, every day is the same. Until today. An absurd fairy tale about the rules of societies and what happens when they change.