Believe None of Us - an adaptation of Hamlet
Described as "word jazz," by poet Suzanne Keen, Believe None of Us is a new exploration of Shakespeare's Hamlet that puts each of Shakespeare’s “original” Hamlets (Quarto 1, Quarto 2, and Folio) onstage together to explore the creation of character and the nature of revision through the lens of the greatest play in the English language. As the Hamlets struggle amongst themselves and with the world around them, audiences get a glimpse into the mind of Hamlet, and the mind of his creator.
Queen Margaret - a reimagining of Shakespeare's history tetralogy (Henry VI, parts 1-3 + Richard III) for four actors
Combining the poetry of Shakespeare with traditional storytelling techniques, Queen Margaret revisits four of Shakespeare's history plays to tell the amazing story of the woman who survives them all. Four actors wield both poetry and broadswords to elegantly cut through this timeless tale of shifting alliances and political intrigue.
Jenny Aloo - an adaptation of the short story by two-time National Book Award finalist Howard Norman
A woman believes her long lost son has returned to her in the form of a jukebox that has been accidentally delivered to her town. A different kind of love story.
Fuente Ovejuna - an adaptation of Lope de Vega's classic Spanish Golden Age play
Under the leadership of one young woman, a small town bands together to overpower a cruel landowner. A surprisingly funny political play in which the downtrodden learn that there is strength in numbers.