It feels necessary to reveal the ways that NYC theaters, often touting themselves as cultural forums and hubs for inclusivity, are both succeeding and failing in ways to meet these goals through their most visceral, visual-spatial impressions.
Best friends Pig and Runt are inseparable. That is, until the dawn of their 17th birthday leaves these two Irish teens questioning their relationship.Read More
Set in Chicago, a "senior" transwoman by the name of Mama Darleena Andrews sets out to inspire and transform the lives of a group of inner-city youth.
A Latino Marine comes home from his service, only to find that his road from undocumented immigrant to citizen is not what he thought it would be.
In this one-man show, we watch two Nuyorican brothers tackle what it’s like when one of them has to say goodbye.
In New Mexico, four people’s lives intersect as they’re all searching for their own kind of fulfillment.
Nine movie characters, all once played by the incredible actress Meryl Streep, must live together for the purposes of a reality TV show.
Set in the 1930s, a Reverend named Dan has taken in a group of orphans (all of whom are people of color) and together they plan to bring their big dreams as musicians into reality.
Nate is a man whose life is messy. His love and spiritual life have both suffered bad fortune, and he looks to astrology to find newfound clarity.