What Doesn't Kill You by James Hindman. May 20, 2019.
A play for solo performer, about a man trying to pull his life back together after a near-death experience. The story involves a heart attack, an obsession with Cher, and, oh yeah, a trip to a concentration camp. And it's a comedy!

In the Bleak Midwinter by Dorothy Lyman. July 1, 2019.
It's a freezing Catskill winter outside on Gladstone Farm and pretty frosty inside the farmhouse kitchen too, as three generations of women gather to decide the fate of the family farm. Tempers are as short as the winter days and a holiday weekend becomes a fulcrum for change.

Christie by Brian Mori. July 8, 2019.
A savage portrait of former Governor Chris Christie, as told by his 'Iago' – David Wildstein – who was Christie's high school classmate and 'mastermind' behind the Bridgegate debacle.

Over His Dead Body by Stephanie Musnick Karpell & My Dead Wife by Mike Folie. July 15, 2019.
Two monologues about love, loss, and learning to love again. Over His Dead Body: While packing up her house to begin a new relationship, a widow battles with her need to hold on to 'every blessed thing' from her late husband. My Dead Wife: A man's surprising and often bizarrely comic journey as he deals with the sudden death of his beloved wife and finds the courage to live and love again.