Mountains: Great and Small

Mountains: Great and Small

Mountains: Great and Small is an invitation to the audience to explore and examine with a company of creators. The show delves into the complicated relationship between the past and the present, the brutal nature of change, and the hope and terror of starting over.

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Demons and Monsters

Demons and Monsters

“Four longtime friends realize, over the course of a night out, that it’s what they don’t say about the past—particularly their messy couplings with one another—that keeps their friendship intact.” — Zac Thompson, Chicago Reader

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Not That (But Something Else)

Not That (But Something Else)

“Sheer brilliance from a production point of view.” — Bite and Smile

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Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Steve Martin’s timeless comedy about the intersection of art and science on one fateful, fictional night in Paris.

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Anouilh’s Antigone

Anouilh’s Antigone

The classic struggle between what we need to do and what must be done, examined in some of the most beautiful language of the modern era.

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Private Lives

Private Lives

The first play I ever directed: Noel Coward’s classic comedy of manners and the mannerless.

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Joined at the Head

Joined at the Head

A play about friendship, memory, change, loss, and who is left standing in the middle.

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