One Man Pride & Prejudice

It is a truth universally acknowledged that an actor in possession of a woman’s story must be in want of a wife to help him adapt it. Charles Ross, the One Man Star Wars, and visual artist Lisa Hebden tackle the greatest romantic comedy ever, with all the intrigue, dancing, proposals, and lace (did we [...]

Horowitz & Mrs. Washington

It’s the 70s and Mrs. Washington, a black caregiver, is hired to nurse Sam Horowitz, a bigoted Jewish widower who has been mugged and is a stroke patient. She is a determined tyrant who puts up with his racist attitudes while bullying the insulting Horowitz through rehab and into a stormy but mutually beneficial relationship. [...]

Mata Hari

Movement, mystique, and sexuality collide in this innovative and compelling work of physical theatre that examines the life of Margaretha Geertruida Zelle MacLeod, otherwise known as the iconic Mata Hari. Mata Hari—a Dutch burlesque dancer during World War I—was accused of being a spy and executed by firing squad. Her sealed trial documents are scheduled [...]