Samuel Beckett's legacy lives on in five short plays which demonstrate his absurd, sometimes obscure, and constantly metaphysical approach to theater - an approach which led to his Nobel Prize in Literature in 1969 and his lasting impact on writers
Still grieving over their son's suicide a year ago, a Canadian politician and his wife invite one of the bullies who made their son's life miserable and his parents to their home for dinner hoping for closure - with explosive results
Based on John Gresham's novel, idealistic white attorney Jake Brigance agrees to defend black Carl Lee Hailey, who has murdered the two white men who raped and brutally beat his ten-year-old daughter as the world outside the courtroom erupts in riot
A sculptor and his fiancé "borrow" some of their neighbor's priceless antiques for the evening to impress her straight-laced father and a millionaire art collector when a fuse blows, and the building is plunged into darkness - let the farce begin!
The Eagleton's have faced a devastating tragedy in their family and now must face the challenge of dealing with the fall-out and picking up the pieces; with the help of a little magic and lots of hope, this may be possible
Harry and his friend Jack want to entertain their sweethearts; but they run into a problem - no chaperone - which they solve by getting their friend Benjamin, an aspiring actor, to impersonate Harry's aunt, a wealthy widow from Brazil
Based on a true story, this is the tale of an unemployed, chain-smoking, ex-bartender living in a run-down California trailer park who believes that a painting she bought for $3 at a thrift shop is really an undiscovered masterpiece worth millions
A group of close friends gather to watch the season finale of their favorite TV show and discover that one of their members has never watched "Game of Thrones" - so they play "catch-up" by acting out all six seasons of the show with rollicking humor