2019 - 2020 Season
DOG SEES GOD: CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE BLOCKHEAD
BY: BERT V. ROYAL
Performances: October 10 - November 3, 2019
Venue: Dance Loft on 14 - Upper 14th Street
RECENT TRAGIC EVENTS
BY: CRAIG WRIGHT
Performances: January 23 - February 16, 2020
Venue: Atlas Performing Arts Center - H Street NE
It is September 12th, 2001; the setting is the Minneapolis apartment of Waverly, a young advertising executive. Soon to venture on a blind date amidst the television news coverage of the September 11th attacks, Waverly becomes preoccupied when she discovers that her twin sister, Wendy, a student in New York, has not been heard from. Waverly reassures herself that Wendy had no reason to be at the World Trade Center. As the evening unfolds, Waverly and her blind date, Andrew, an airport bookstore manager, realize that they are connected by a succession of bizarre coincidences. As Waverly awaits word on Wendy, the date is complicated by visits from her crazed-musician neighbor, Ron, and his girlfriend, Nancy, and a startling visit from Waverly's great aunt, Joyce Carol Oates—played by a sock puppet.
BY: MIKE LEW
Performances: July 23 - August 16, 2020
Venue: Eastman Blackbox Theatre, Gallaudet University - 800 Florida Ave NE
Bike America is a wildly theatrical picaresque journey that crams the entire continent onto one stage. The play takes the audience on a cross-country bike trip from Boston to California, with stops in big cities and small towns along the way. Our feckless heroine Penny is looking to bring more meaning into her life, to find a lifestyle that suits her and a town that feels like a home...