Beane is an exile from life—an oddball. His well-meaning sister, Joan, and brother-in-law, Harry, try to connect with him and alter his outlook, but find their own busy lives too absorbing. Following a burglary in Beane's apartment, Joan is baffled to find her brother blissfully happy and overflowing with enthusiasm. Joan and Harry become inspired by Beane's new perspective on life as they attempt to unravel the story behind his mysterious new love, Molly. Funny and wonderfully touching, John Kolvenbach's offbeat comedy walks the line between imagination and reality and explores the power of love in all its forms.
Trapped at the bottom of the social ladder, Franz Woyzeck, a poor soldier, struggles through life to support his mistress and child. Subject to the unjust treatment of his superiors, Woyzeck crumbles under the inability to express himself and control his life. Although Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck was left unfinished due to the author’s young death, his play is a timeless reminder of our responsibility as humans, and what we owe others and ourselves.
Reefer Madness is a musical satire of a 1936 anti-marijuana propaganda film of the same name. It chronicles the story of 16 year old all-American, Jimmy, whose life unravels after being introduced to marijuana. With a catchy pop music undertone, the musical portrays the dangers of drugs and addiction with an over-the-top comedic twist while also showing us that there is a little 'madness' in all of us.
Every so often, Sarah and Mark cross paths: in a diner, on a cliff in Ireland, at the zoo. And as time goes on, their stories become more and more intertwined, until an unexpected encounter with humanity’s darker side. An exploration of the extremities of human relationships and the beauty of language, A Map of Virtue is a study in symmetry that switches freely between interview, poetry, scenes, and silence.
When CB’s dog dies from rabies, CB begins to question the existence of an afterlife. His best friend is too burnt out to provide any coherent speculation, his sister has gone goth, his ex-girlfriend has recently been institutionalized, and his other friends are too inebriated to give him any sort of solace. But a chance meeting with a long-lost friend offers CB peace of mind and sets in motion a chain of events that pushes the characters' numerous identity crises to their very limits. Loosely based on Charles M. Schulz's beloved "Peanuts" characters, “Dog Sees God” is a stark snapshot of a generation that desperately needs to connect.