|Dog Sees God
| Open: 10/17/08 Close: 10/19/08
A dark and funny speculation of what some familiar characters face now that they are in high school, including drugs, eating disorders, and questions of sexual identity. The New York Post called the original hit off-Broadway production "Inventive and raunchy...hysterically funny."
Directed by Patricia Runcie.
Cast (in alphabetical order): Jamie Lyn Bagley, Louis Correa, Jennifer Levine, Linnea Peery, Jared Shirkey, Aaron Slavik, Stefanie Tara, Ellis J. Wells
|Driving To Hawaii
| Open: 02/02/05 Close: 02/06/05
A one-person play, with musical guest Bob Malenky
| Open: 02/21/06 Close: 02/26/06
Presented by LOVE CREEK PRODUCTIONS in association with JOHN CAPO PRODUCTIONS (John Capo, Artistic Director/ Jack Dowd
|Mrs. Weinberg’s Profession and Mrs. Warrens Profession
| Open: 09/21/05 Close: 09/27/05
Mrs. Weinberg's Profession is an adaptation by Aaron Rosenblatt of one of George Bernard Shaw's earliest plays – Mrs. Warren's Profession. When Shaw wrote the play more than 100 years ago during the reign of Queen Victoria, he had to tiptoe around two of the main topics, incest and prostitution. Rosenblatt's adaptation takes place in New York City in the roaring twenties. The plays' plot, theme and characterization parallel the renowned playwright's structure, but include thoroughly American slang and references.
|The Bar Plays
| Open: 01/25/06 Close: 01/29/06
In these four one-act plays, a cross-section of New Yorkers attempt to find their fortunes with varying degrees of success and legality.
|The Last Cloud
| Open: 06/20/07 Close: 07/01/07
Taking place over the course of a year, The Last Cloud follows five friends as they navigate life after college, in the awkward phase before they have the skills to "be" anything. Things go awry when Laura's younger brother moves in for the summer, showing everyone that there is more to life than office politics. Set against the metaphor of a Rubik's Cube, The Last Cloud is a coming of age story of how friends can get so intertwined that they lose their individuality.
With an amazing ensemble cast, The Last Cloud promises to be a rock-and-roll thrill ride for a generation that is just now considering growing up. Toss in a goulash of art, politics, and blatant 80's nostalgia and you have what reviewer Robert McDowell called, "The most engaging night of theatre I've experience in a long time. A true must-see!"