- Entertaining Mr. Sloan - by Joe Orton
- Kosher Lutherans - by William Missouri Downs
- Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them - by Christopher Durang
- The Sinker - by Jami Brandli
- 4th Annual GreenHouse New Play Festival
- Hot-Fashion 2009 Fundraiser
- Say You Love Satan - by Roberto Sarcasca
- Demons and Other Blunt Objects - by Dan Rubin
- 11 Hills of San Francisco- by Tim Lord
- 2nd Annual GreenHouse New Play Festival
- Fat Pig - by Neil LaBute
- The Probe - by Chuck Harper
- Daddy's Dyin' Whose Got the Will? - by Del Shores
- 1st Annual GreenHouse New Play Festival
- Skin in Flames - Guillem Clua, translated by D.J. Sanders
- The Last Days of Judas Iscariot - by Stephen Adly Guirgis
- I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change - by Joe DiPietro
- Chesapeake - by Lee Blessing
- Adult Entertainment - by Elaine May
- Filumena - Eduardo DeFilippo
- Famous Monsters - by Margeau Steinau, Rachel Jackson, and B. Weller
- Valhalla - by Paul Rudnick
2013 is going to be
SEXY, SCANDALOUS, SORDID, & STICKY!
CONNECTED by Lia Romeo
Commissioned by PNC Bank/Arts Alive St. Louis
Directed by Chuck Harper
SEXY videos that go viral! LOL internet “hookups!” Gaming Gone Wild! In a world where we constantly connect through a keyboard, why do so many of us still feel so alone? Playwright Lia Romeo hilariously exposes the ways in which social media is shaping our lives in the twenty-first century.
MAPLE AND VINE by Jordan Harrison
Directed by Doug Finlayson
Disgusted with today’s SCANDALOUS society where vulgarity and obscenity are actually rewarded? Overwhelmed by computers, smart phones, tablets and the such? Well, forsake Reality TV and your electronic devices for the dry martinis and Tupperware parties of the 1950’s, when the simpler life was much more wholesome. Or … was it?
ENTERTAINING MR. SLOAN by Joe Orton
Directed by Bill Whitaker
Young Mr. Sloan thought he already had a SORDID life as a hustler until he became the erotic target of his lewd landlady and her bottled-up brother! Repressed desires, power plays and an unsolved murder all make for one twisted tale!
KOSHER LUTHERANS by William Missouri Downs
Directed by Marty Stanberry
L.A. child-less Jews, Hanna and Franklyn, find themselves in a STICKY situation on the first night of Hanukah – for this is when they first meet the innocent young woman whose baby they will be adopting. They soon realize the poor girl is from the backwoods Bible Belt, where her only views of the world are through her bigoted, racist father! Knowing that the revelation they are Jewish could throw a monkey wrench into the whole works, the couple hastily pose as Lutherans to appeal to the girl's “Christian” sensibilities … with hysterical and touching results!