A triple bill of theatrical fun: two one-act plays and a monologue. Read More >
A triple bill of theatrical fun: two one-act plays and a monologue.
The Zoo Story, by Edward Albee, follows one man who spends his afternoon in Central Park attempting to make just one person acknowledge his humanity.
Alexa Williamson’s Waiting For Goldman Sachs parodies Waiting For Godot and offers a satire of 1980’s Americana as two anti-heroes discuss everything from the Ozone layer to yuppies.
Dominic Carroll’s monologue Mercutio Rising focuses on the life of Romeo’s less-famous friend.