Mary is hiding in the bathroom, but not from her blind date. Precocious teenager Lucy is pushing her best friend (and soon-to-be stepmother) Jane into the bathroom to have a heart-to-heart about Lucy's father. Lydia finds herself in the bathroom holding a drenched silk blouse, considering her options.
This October, Freshwater Theatre is proud to present the next installment in its Ivey award winning short play festival series, The Feminine Surcharge, to run in rep with our main stage production, Preferred by Discreet Women Everywhere, by Ruth Virkus.
With this production, Freshwater Theatre is looking to further examine the tremendous cost of presenting as feminine in our current society.
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Sandbox Theatre presents Words Do Move, an all new theatrical event.
Inspired by the empathetic power of language, Words Do Move is an exploration into communication, fed through the collective lens of the ensemble. Built from scratch over a period of seven weeks, WDM examines how words have the ability to motivate us, to connect us, and to drive us apart.
The River Becomes Sea isbe a new play written by nimbus co-Artistic Director Josh Cragun and directed by Ernest Briggs.
Loosely based on Euripede's The Bacchae, the play follows a dynastic New Orleans family torn apart by religious zealotry and pride. Set in the Antebellum era, The River Becomes Sea examines how we balance family and belief in changing times.