David Dean Bottrell’s self-written solo show is an entertaining personal exploration about death comprised of well-crafted short, intertwined episodes.
European Jewish collaboration with the Germans during the Holocaust is dramatized in this searing immersive presentation which is set in a bustling café.
French sculptor Camille Claudel’s tumultuous life and tempestuous relationship with Auguste Rodin are dramatized in this absorbing theatrical depiction.
Patrick Page enraptures with one towering Shakespearean characterization after another in his enthralling and erudite self-created theatrical solo show.
This heartfelt and dynamically enacted solo performance piece explores a trans person’s pre-transition existence through comedic and dramatic sequences.
Charlotte Booker is dazzling as the complex “The Bride of Frankenstein” English actress in her imaginative self-written solo biographical fantasia
A Lana Turner-style murdered mobster boyfriend, a framed daughter and reptilian religious cultists feature in this high-energy campy musical spoof.