"Babel" is the story of a talking stork, lesbian moms, and the power to build your own baby.
Amir Nizar Zuabi's "Grey Rock" is a humorous, fantastical play exploring how US culture has permeated and influenced Palestinian culture.
"Romeo and Juliet" are young adults searching for light in the darkness, only to be crushed by the violent world created by their parents.
"Sex, Drugs, & Heartache" is two one-act plays, each dealing with the challenges of relationships and breakups.
Join Peter on top of the ladder to find the humor, the struggle and the complicated humanity of living with depression.
In "Khepera," The Ancestors are empowering the Daughters of Africa so that they may take their rightful place upon the throne.
"Under the Bonnet" is about Lucretia Mott, a tenacious woman who spent her life fighting for the rights of women and African Americans.
The Wilma Theater presents a powerful new thriller about truth, lies, and the origins of Vladimir Putin's Power.
Charles Ross condenses the plots of the three films in one hilarious production!
"One Man Stranger Things" delightfully fuses all the elements from the Netflix sensation into one superb, upside-down experience.
An Amish couple exhibits an act of unfathomable forgiveness after their two sons are killed in a car accident in "Everything is Wonderful."
Before "Good Will Hunting," before J-Lo, before the Oscar… meet "Matt & Ben."
Inis Nua Theatre Company presents a solo show from an exciting new voice in British theatre.
Lantern Theater Company presents David Hare's drama about a family trying to come together and the past secrets that may keep them apart.
The Philadelphia Dramatists Center presents an evening of world premiere plays.
"White Guy on the Bus" is a disturbing and crucial exploration of race from playwright Bruce Graham.
For Valentine's Day, Tongue & Groove will create scenes based on audience experiences in or around the bed.
"Whirlpool" is a new, queer two-hander by Jonathan Edmondson
An intimate film screening of the live performances of Our Stories.
From the author of "Doubt" comes a romantic comedy set in rural Ireland.
Kelly McCaughan's "Catholic Guilt" has it all - sex, mortal sin, the hot body of Christ, cosmic bowling!
This classic tragedy of indecision is the story of the most famous, and perhaps the greatest character of western drama.
This story takes place in the ghost town of Osceola on the Nevada/Utah border.
In this tale of New England witchery, "Abigail/1702" is ten years after the harrowing and tragic events of the Salem witch trials.
InterAct Theatre Company presents a dark comedy on the male gaze that's inspired by a true story.
"BIENVENIDOS" is a bilingual theatrical production exploring the role of whiteness in the contemporary Cuban and Cuban-American experience.
Bristol Riverside Theatre presents a fresh interpretation of this Shakespeare classic.
"Fool for Love" offers a searing portrait of the annihilation wreaked on others in the name of love.