By Joshua Harmon
Joshua Harmon's dark comedy "Bad Jews" about legacy, family, and what it means to be chosen.
Three twenty-something cousins of varying degrees of faith quarrel over ownership of their grandfather's Chai necklace on the night after his funeral.
By Joe Dipietro
Employed as a docent at a natural history museum, nice, middle-aged Claire comes under fire when her tour-guide patter deviates from the strict scientific beliefs of her formidable supervisor and heads down a path that espouses intelligent design. Claire’s spiritual slant attracts extra visitors but soon leads to legal action. A powerful exploration of the supernova that results when science, faith and politics collide.
I Wish You Actually Liked Me (And Other Familial Impossibilities)
By Emile Adams
Local playwright and novelist Emile Adams shares her darkly comic take on family dynamics. One blended family’s holiday reunion turns into a cataclysmic showdown when middle child Olive examines her relationships and confronts her past. Can a family be reconciled if everyone has their own memories? Multiple realities collide on stage and the resulting explosion impacts everyone involved.