Close Your Eyes and Dream of Rio (comedy)
Employee Excellence (comedy)
Just Like On Television (radio drama)
The Least of Our Worries (comedy)
Summer’s Eve in Middle America (comedy)
After Sleeping (drama)
Babies and Voodoo Dolls (drama)
Bells (radio comedy)
The Gizzard of Brownsville, or
We All Got Problems; Solve Your Own (comedy)
in absentia (drama)
Like Bread (comedy/drama)
Love Stories (comedy)
Tilting Windmills (comedy)
Tour Guides (comedy/drama)
The Waiting Place (drama)
Early morning at a donut shop, a first-generation Brazilian immigrant and an unusual customer teach a young American woman about going with the flow.
A female clerk inadvertently wins a sales award at her women’s wear store, gaining both unwelcome, and welcome, attention.
A woman readies her family home for viewing, as sounds of her remembered loved ones fill the empty rooms.
Adult siblings hit a snag – and a deer – during their road trip home, and old family patterns crop up again.
Three female sculptures contemplate their constrained, physically demanding existence.
Through a fog of documented and invented history, bittersweet stories from first- and second-generation school integrators show how race memories live on in post-racial America.
A woman and teen girl balance the timeless issues of a mother/daughter relationship with a more pressing challenge: their life of crime.
Inspired by LeRoi Jones’ Dutchman, tensions between a black man and woman ignite during a random encounter in the city.
Inspired by Luna Negra Dance Theater, a rural woman manages the intricate steps of family obligation, facing up to how connection and isolation can be similarly grotesque.
A young woman mourning her mother’s death realizes ancestors and spirits are both aiding and complicating her efforts to move forward.
Sound wars take place in the head of a new immigrant.
This revision of The Wizard of Oz and The Wiz takes on race and gender identity with an adult, vaudeville sensibility.
A brother and sister make one last attempt to connect across mental illness, drug use and alienation to become the family the other needs.
Collaboration with the Poetry Performance Incubator: Poetry's part in everyday revolutions.
In progress: a series of romantic vignettes ranging from “meet cute” to “end ugly.”
The effects of a rebellious teen, marital infidelity and unwelcome houseguests on a Black family’s upscale life are only made worse with the possible start of a U.S. race war.
A group of delusional psych patients face some wrongheaded therapy and arrive at an unexpectedly empowering cure.
Collaboration with the Poetry Performance Incubator: A lyrical tour of the Chicago tourists never see.
Three short plays trace different characters – some strangers, some familiar – who are caught in the in-between.
Anxious over her engagement and start of grad school, a young African American woman fears she’s turning white – literally.