Past & Ongoing Productions

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Joan of Arkansas

by Seri Wilner

A virtual two-person romance. Loosely influenced by the stories of Joan of Arc and Oscar Wilde, two longing students become distracted from their studies at their university library as they struggle to capture and assist a bird trapped within the university walls. Their combined effort to help the bird sparks a whimsical romance, but the complicated question of what to do next shifts the balance of their budding admiration, and reveals an underbelly of trauma and grief over past mistakes.

Directed by Zachary Diamond

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Lobby Hero

by Kenneth Lonergan

December 10th – 14th (2021)

Lobby Hero is an exploration of the racial biases inherent in the American justice system. It examines sexism both in law enforcement and our country’s workplace structures. Taking place in New York City, it is a story riddled with complex questioning, positioned against typical views of right and wrong. A rookie cop, her inappropriately advancing superior, a lobby captain with a brother in jail, and an innocent bystander. Lobby Hero is a play that details the grit and gray of our society through humor and difficult conversations.

Directed by Zachary Diamond

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Where There is Death There is Light

by Michael Canas & Zachary Diamond

A New Work redefining the definition of purgatory as not a place, but a destination. Where There is Death There is Light, discusses the guilt imbued on individuals raised in a religious practice. The play takes a look at moral ambiguity as the protagonist, Theo, takes a fearless personal inventory with the effort of getting out of this cold and desolate place.

Directed by Zachary Diamond

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Love Takes Flight 

by Kristeangton Jeanne Plotkin

A part of the Night Owl Collective's black box series, Love Takes Flight is a play about sudden romance incited by cupid's literal arrow. The play calls for audience participation. 

Directed by Zachary Diamond