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“Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by Hugh Wheeler, Directed and Choreographed by Joseph W. Ritsch; “Things That Are Round”, By Callie Kimball, Directed by Lola B. Pierson; “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992”, 
By Anna Deavere Smith, Directed by Paige Hernandez; “The 39 Steps”, By Patrick Barlow, Directed by Joseph W. Ritsch


The Heidi Chronicles, By Wendy Wasserstein, Directed by Jenna Duncan; Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, By Lanie Robertson, Directed by Danielle Drakes, Musical Direction by Wil Lewis III; All She Must Possess, By Susan McCully, Directed by Joseph Ritsch, WORLD PREMIERE; True West, By Sam Shepard, Directed by Vincent Lancisi;


The Other Place by Sharr White, directed by Joseph W. Ritsch; American Hero by Bess Wohl, directed by Suzanne Beal; H2O by Jane Martin, directed Kasi Campbell; Dorian's Closet, Book and Lyrics by Richard Mailman, Music by Ryan Haase, directed by Joseph W. Ritsch


The Baltimore Waltz by Paula Vogel, directed by Suzanne Beal; Technicolor Life by Jami Brandli, directed by Joseph W. Ritsch; Antigone Project: A Play in 5 Parts, Conceived by Chiori Miyagawa and Sabrina Peck Hang Ten by Karen Hartman, Medallion by Tanya Barfield, Antigone Arkhe by Caridad Svich, A Stone’s Throw by Lynn Nottage and Red Again by Chiori Miyagawa, directed by Joseph W. Ritsch; Hunting and Gathering by Brooke Berman, directed by Kasi Campbell


Venus in Fur, By David Ives, Directed by Joseph Ritsch; The Whale by Samuel D. Hunter, Directed by Kasi Campbell; Circle Mirror Transformation by Annie Baker, Directed by Suzanne Beal; Sunset Baby by Dominique Morisseau, Directed by Joseph Ritsch


A Young Lady of Property, By Horton Foote/Directed by Michael Stebbins; I Am My Own Wife, Doug Wright/Directed by Tony Tsendeas; The Piano Teacher, by Julia Cho/Directed by Kasi Campbell; The Fantasticks, By Tom Jones, Music by Harvey Schmidt, Lyrics by Tom Jones/Directed by Nancy Tarr Hart


The Temperamentals, By Jon Marans/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Mary Rose, By J.M. Barrie/Directed by Michael Stebbins;  Home, By Samm-Art Williams/Directed by Duane Boutte; Boeing Boeing, By Marc Camoletti, translated by Beverly Cross and Francis Evans/Directed by Karl Kippola


Or, by Liz Duffy Adams/Directed by Michael Stebbins; Barrymore by William Luce/Directed by Steven Carpenter; Yellowman by Dael Orlandersmith/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Las Meninas by Lynn Nottag/Directed by Eve Muson


Travels With My Aunt by Graham Greene, adapted by Giles Havergal/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Two by J.M. Barrie: The New Word and The Old Lady Shows Her Medals by J.M. Barrie/Directed by Michael Stebbins; An Almost Holy Picture by Heather McDonald/Directed by Tony Tsendeas; and, Speech & Debate by Stephen Karam/Directed by Eve Muson


Wittenberg by David Davelos/Directed by Tony Tsendeas; Hysteria by Terry Johnson/Directed By Steven Carpenter; A Dickens of a Carol by Kimberley Lynne/Directed by Michael Stebbins; The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams/Directed by Michael Stebbins; On the Verge, or the Geography of Yearning by Eric Overmeyer/Directed by Jackson Phippin; and, The Goat Or, Who Is Sylvia? by Edward Albee/Directed by Kasi Campbell


Trumbo: Red, White and Blacklisted by Christopher Trumbo/Directed by Steven Carpenter; Intelligence by Kenneth M. Cameron/Directed by Walt Witcover; The Butterfingers Angel, Mary & Joseph, Herod the Nut, & The Slaughter of 12 Hit Carols in a Pear Tree by William Gibson/Directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner; A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard/Directed by Xerxes Mehta; and, God’s Ear by Jenny Schwartz/Directed by Kasi Campbell


Mrs. Farnsworth by A.R. Gurney/Directed by Steven Carpenter; A Shayna Maidel by Barbara Lebow/Directed by Peg Denithorne; The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris/Directed by Michael Stebbins; Mrs. Warren’s Profession by George Bernard Shaw/Directed by Gus Kaikkonen; Thom Pain (based on nothing) by Will Eno/Directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner; and, In the Heart of America by Naomi Wallace/Directed by Kasi Campbell


Stones in His Pockets by Marie Jones/Directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner; Tintypes conceived by Mary Kyte with Mel Marvin & Gary Pearle/Directed by Carole Lehan; The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris/Directed by Joe Brady; Two by Pinter: The Collection and The Lover by Harold Pinter/Directed by Xerxes Mehta; and, Bach at Leipzig by Itamar Moses/Directed by Kasi Campbell


T Bone ‘n Weasel by Jon Klein/Directed by Jackson Phippin; The Violet Hour by Richard Greenberg/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Fully Committed by Becky Mode; Directed by Susan Kramer; and, Hamlet by William Shakespeare/Directed by Kasi Campbell


The Seagull by Anton Chekhov/Directed by Kasi Campbell; St. Nicholas by Conor McPherson/Directed by John MacDonald; Kimberly Akimbo by David Lindsay-Abaire/Directed by Kasi Campbell; and, The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman/Directed by Donald Hicken


Fool for Love by Sam Shepard/Directed by Jackson Phippin; The Dazzle by Richard Greenberg/Directedby Kasi Campbell; Vita & Virginia by Eileen Atkins/Directed by Lisa A. Wilde; and, Arcadia by Tom Stoppard/Directed by Kasi Campbell


Anna Lucasta by Philip Yorden/Directed by Jennifer Nelson; Faith Healer by Brian Friel/Directed by Kasi Campbell; The Italian Lesson by Ruth Draper with music by Lee Hoiby/Directed by Jackson Phippin; The Return To Morality by Jamie Pachino/Directed by Kasi Campbell


Da by Hugh Leonard/Directed by Kasi Campbell; A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill/Directed by Michael Stebbins; The Swan by Elizabeth Egloff/Directed by Kasi Campbell; and, The Belle of Amherst by William Luce/Directed by Donald Hicken


The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh/Directed by Kasi Campbell; The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry/Directed by David Hilder; The Judas Kiss by David Hare/Directed by Kasi Campbell; and, Pageant book and lyrics by Bill Russell & Frank Kelly, music by Albert Evans/Directed by Terry Long


Translations by Brian Friel/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Three Tall Women by Edward Albee/Directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner; The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam/Directed by Kasi Campbell; and, Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer/Directed by Kathy Feininger


Dangerous Liaisons by Christopher Hampton/Directed by Joe Banno, Neville’s Island by Tim Firth/Directed by Kasi Campbell, Ambrosio by Romulus Linney/Directed by Kasi Campbell; and, Dreams From A Summer House by Alan Ayckbourn & John Pattison/Directed by Nick Olcott


More Fun Than Bowling by Steven Dietz/Directed by Vincent Lancisi; Never The Sinner by John Logan/Directed by Ethan McSweeny, Man With Load of Mischief by John Clifton & Ben Tarver/Directed by Kathy Feininger; and, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams/Directed by Vincent Lancisi


The Voice of the Prairie by John Olive/Directed by Grover Gardner; Travels With My Aunt by Graham Greene, adapted by Giles Havergal/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Amadeus by Peter Shaffer/Directed by Vincent Lancisi; I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick/Directed by Terry Long; and, Closet Land by Radha Bharadwaj/Directed by Jim Petosa


The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde/Directed by Vincent Lancisi; Jeffrey by Paul Rudnick/Directed by Kasi Campbell; Broken Glass by Arthur Miller/Directed by Jim Petosa; Oleanna by David Mamet/Directed by Vincent Lancisi; and, From the Mississippi Delta by Endesha Ida Mae Holland/Directed by Darryl V. Jones


Buried Child by Sam Shepard/Directed by Vincent Lancisi; Six Degrees of Separation by John Guare/Directed by Bill Graham Jr.; The Road to Mecca by Athol Fugard/Directed by Kasi Campbell; M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang/Directed by Jim Petosa; The Kathy and Mo Show: Parallel Lives by Mo Gaffney & Kathy Najimy/Directed by Valerie Lash; and, Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel/Directed by Suzanne Beale


Marvin’s Room by Scott McPherson/Directed by Vincent Lancisi; Tartuffe by Moliere/Directed by Bill Graham Jr.; Burn This by Lanford Wilson/Directed by Susan Kramer; Falsettos by William Finn/Directed by Toby Orenstein; and, Gianni Schicchi by John Morogiello/Directed by Kasi Campbell

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