Mil Grus means “One Thousand Cranes” and one of them is always awake...
Canadian tree planter turned rap artist Baba Brinkman breaks down the science and politics of global warming.
Paul Simon is a name that has cemented itself into the “hearts and bones” of audiences all over the world.
When little Gary's gender atypical Christmas gift request is denied, he sends heart-felt letters that nudge Santa Claus out of the closet.
Judy Garland is an icon, loved as Dorothy in Wizard of Oz. But in the 1930s, Deanna Durbin was a much bigger star.
The Flanagan Collective & Gobbledigook Theatre bring a modern retelling of an ancient myth for a North American Premiere.
Have you ever been caught in a loop?
Multi-award winning writer and storyteller Casey Jay Andrews brings her five star sell-out hit “The Archive of Educated Hearts” to New York.
The product of three years of global wandering, combining the phallic-filled photographic display with hilarious tales from Bennett’s life.
The newest award winning play from Orlando playwright John Mark Jernigan about being in the right place at the wrong time...
One morning as Grete Samsa was waking from anxious dreams she discovered that in bed she had changed.
A Waning Gibbous Moon, a new gay romantic comedy from award-winning playwright Joe Marshall.