LOST VOICES – Three Women live ordinary lives. Behind their eyes lurks a secret each has kept buried in the deepest part of their souls until today. Today they can no longer hide their voices. Today, 7.6 Billion peoples lives hang in the balance and these three women don’t even know it. 
Written by Rodney Nugent

DEATH UNIT – East Texas Prison. Basement. Mr. Shoehorn has long worked transporting bodies to the Coroners Car. Assisting him is Mr. Redstone, this is his first day, unnerved at being with a dead body, elevator not working, and frazzled as lights flicker. Is this a job for Mr. Redstone? Mr.Shoehorn wants to know. 
Written by Robert Gardner

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Imogen and Frederick have come to this national park on their 24th anniversary in a desperate attempt to rekindle their passion. Frederick, who is played by a femme-identifying actor, is looking forward to the perfect anniversary: hiking the park’s trails, wading in the lake, and, most importantly, tracking the whereabouts of a particular bird: the Dickinson Blue-Breasted Warbler. But for Imogen, who is played by a masc-identifying actor, the woods are an entirely undesirable and ultimately unromantic place to spend an anniversary. In the very same campsite, October has arrived for a family campout to find that no one else in her family has shown up. Rather than go home, she decides to use this time to tackle the personal demons she has been running from. Meanwhile, a pair of camp hosts, Mumbo & Jumbo, are working with Ranger Dave to find the party responsible for a string of apparent campsite robberies. A true ensemble play, The Last Croissant employs magical realism, clowning, and whimsy to tell the story of nine crowded campers who hope to find what they’re looking for in the woods. Taken from the website.

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Actress Jennifer Lawrence has some pretty intense fears, and she’s about to tackle her first one; a spider. Taken from the website. 

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How do you kill a man who doesn’t exist? In this dark comedy, two roommates in a mental institution complain to their doctor about an imaginary man. A highly physical, absurdist exploration of mental health and sanity, featuring choreography and direction from the team behind HFF17’s Best in Dance and Physical Theatre and Ripest Show Award winner Definition of Man.

Breathe… Inhale 1-2-3, exhale 1-2-3… Taken from the website. 

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When an Asian girl tells her parents she doesn’t want to be a doctor anymore, she wishes on a shooting star for supportive white parents. Taken from the website.

July 7,2019

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In 1980, Lee Atwater was a scrappy Southern political strategist. By 1990, he’d changed American politics forever. A year later, he was dead, his spectacular career over in a flash, and his legacy just another story to spin. SON OF A BITCH chronicles Atwater’s journey from ambitious campaign manager to the “Bad Boy” of the Republican Party. Taken from the website. 

July 6 – July 7,2019

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To begin her first novel, a cynical writer must resist the temptation to fill the void left by the nonsensical death of her admired brother. However, her only writing apparatus is her indentured Humanoid—a personal robot stocked with Netflix, porn, and existential angst.

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July 11, 2019 


A group of young people have come together to write a series of 10-minute plays on topics and issues they find most pressing among their generation. This anthology is nearly 5-years in the making and covers a variety of topics including, but not limited to, police brutality, self-harm, bullying, LGBTQ+ visibility, trauma, poverty, and voice. Each piece that makes up the collective is a winner of the Young Writers Project of Hollywood. “Resonant: Student Voices Anthology” conveys the fears, love, and passions of Generation Z. It’s an exploration of race, gender, and identity from their perspectives. Furthermore, it is a manifestation of their hopes and wishes for the world and it’s time we all listened. Taken from the website. 

June 29, 2019

Cupid comes out of retirement to save modern love. Taken from the website. 

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JUNE 7 – JUNE 23,2019


The School of Night is proud to present Christopher Marlowe’s medieval pageant of will, war and conquest re-imagined as epic sci-fi spectacle. Tragedy! Romance! Mighty verse! Great battles waged on land and in space! Honor and glory! Qapla’!

An unofficial fan production adapted from Christopher Marlowe’s Tamburlaine the Great, Parts I and II.

June 21 – June 29,2019 

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