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Show art for Season Ten


Show art for THE SOUND INSIDE by Adam Rapp.

When Bella Baird, an isolated creative writing professor at Yale, begins to mentor a brilliant but enigmatic student named Christopher, the two form an unexpectedly intense bond. As their lives and the stories they tell about themselves become intertwined in unpredictable ways, Bella makes a surprising request of Christopher that neither knows if he can fulfill. Brimming with suspense, Rapp’s riveting play explores the limits of what one person can ask of another.

Show art for the play JUDITH by Katie Bender

"Let me imagine, since facts are so hard to come by, what would have happened had Shakespeare had a wonderfully gifted sister, called Judith, let us say." -Virginia Woolf.

Dressed in drag, Judith heads to London to save her brother’s reputation. In a patriarchal, politically-charged, and deeply divided nation, she pursues work as a poet and discovers the pleasures and pitfalls of passing as the bard himself. Gallivanting in and out of character, JUDITH is a solo show that questions identity, ambition, and self-worth.

Presented in partnership with The Hanover Theatre Repertory in Worcester, MA, Starring Livy Scanlon.

Show art for WESTMINSTER by Brenda Withers

When Pia is gifted a surprise rescue dog by an old friend, Krys, the women and their partners face-off over issues of class, accountability, and good breeding. The winner of Urbanite Theatre’s 2023 Modern Works Festival, WESTMINSTER is part morality play/part screwball romp, digging into “acceptable” social prejudices—and the consequences of leaving those biases unchecked.


It’s 7pm. Do you know where your children are? It’s snatching season, and town-wide curfew regulations have fostered a culture of fear in the community along Odella Creek. Too many have fallen victim to the freedoms promised by the red-eyed monster...Will cousins Suga, Big Man, and Pickle resist temptation, or become the next names in the morning news? Step into the darkness and experience the terror firsthand in the new Southern Gothic horror, OAK.

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