No Exit is Jean Paul Sartre's existentialist play written and presented in 1944 during the German occupation of Paris. Though written more than 70 years ago, it still resonates in today's "modern" culture
ANGEL is the true story of Irma Grese,the beautiful and uneducated teenager who becomes the chief guard of 38,000 female prisoners at the infamous concentration camp and the mistress of Joseph Mengele
Live theater based on the iconic silent film, Nosferatu blends music and dance into a creative play without spoken words about an evil vampire who journeys from Transylvania to 1883 Wisburg, Germany, spreading terror and death wherever he goes
Interviews with the director and three cast members of AWAKE AND SING! explore the relevance and timeliness of the Odets play - written in the 1930's, when America was in The Great Depression, and currently being performed in 2015
A poignant comedy about two unsuccessful, forgotten losers - an English barrister nearing the end of his career and a murder defendant who doesn't want to be defended - and the unexpected and amusing effects of their meeting
ALWAYS...PATSY CLINE celebrates Patsy's music with a banquet of song presented with gusto and feeling interwoven with the true story of Patsy's friendship with Louise Seger, her most eloquent Texas fan
WATCHING O.J. shows how ordinary, average Americans handle an extraordinary event in their lives - the trial of an iconic American hero who is accused of a double murder - while racial and social class conflicts threaten to overwhelm them.
An activist, author, poet, and actor, Ella Turenne shares her views on hair and how it defines black women - the special meaning hair has to black women, the rituals associated with hair, and stories and myths about hair.
Director Keith Szarabajka and Producer Stephen Burleigh share some insights into their views of WATCHING O.J., a play about the effects of the O.J. trial and verdict on common, ordinary people going about their everyday routines
An eerie Victorian melodrama from 1910 tells the tale of a tyrannical spinster - the last of her tycoon line - whose iron fist controls her neurotic sister and demoralized brother - until a new bride enters the mansion.
Exactly 20 years after the O.J. murder trial verdict was read, David McMillan's play WATCHING O.J. opens in L.A. During this interview, McMillan discusses his views on this seminal trial and its profound effect on racial relations in the U.S.