the past  


Fistful of Love
May 15-31, 2008
a tango smackdown of love and death more

German Season - 2007-8

For our second go-round we decided to let Fate decide for us. more

Europe Central
January 17 - February 2
Winner of the National Book Award, William T. Vollmann's epic novel conjures the madness of World War II from the Russian and German perspectives. more

Rouge et Noir

Our 2007 fundraiser bash: Film noir, Bronte-Saurus, illicit gambling, mayhem. more

My Lovely Suicides
November 1-17, 2007
This surreal dreamplay charts the tortured life of the original suicidal artist, Heinrich von Kleist. more

A Streetcar Named Desire

The greatest play of the 20th century gets a whole new kink in this erotically-charged staging. more

The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant
May 3-19, 2007
Sharpen your nails and batten down your compact for Rainer Werner Fassbinder's classic melodrama of thwarted ambition, treacherous sexuality and desperate power struggles. more

In the Doghouse: The Execution of Dostoevsky
Jan. 18 - Feb. 3, 2007
Equal parts Harold Lloyd/Charlie Chaplin slapstick and Dr. Zhivago melodrama. more

Grand Guignol
Saturday, November 4th, 2006 Fund-Raiser
Our 2006 fund-raiser features sinisterscenes from fin-de-siecle French horror, macabre music, and sinful food. more

Faith Healer
Oct. 12 - 29, 2006
Francis Hardy, Faith Healer, has spent his life touring villages in Scotland and Wales with his manager and his long-suffering lover. The story of their fateful return to Ireland is a haunting meditation on faith, love, and hope. more

The Cherry Orchard
Sept. 21 - Oct. 7, 2006
An all-Black production of Chekhov's final play about a crumbling aristocratic family forced to face reality when it can no longer hold on to its delusions. more

Three Sisters (on Ice)
April 27 - May 13, 2006
A passionate look at desire and disenchantment in an Edward Gorey-like landscape with a Hawaiian soundtrack. more

Cabaret Berlin
Oct. 15, 2005
Our first fund-raising event more

Happy Days
Sept. 29 - Oct. 8, 2005
Our first production "renders Beckett's willful abstruseness with almost paradoxical clarity"... more