Staged Readings



  • Loving Longing Leaving by Michael Weller. May 13, 2024. Ellis Greer*, Roderick Hill*, K.K. Moggie*, Luis Moreno*, Ella Dershowitz*.
  • The Magdalene. Written and directed by Mark St. Germain. May 6, 2024. MaConnia Chesser*, Dan Domingues*, Ella Dershowitz*
  • Genuino. Michael Tucker reads from his book of stories about Italy, Food, Travel and Love
  • One Night Stand: Weeks and Peterson Quintet. “A Celebration of Art Blakey.” March 13, 2024.
  • One Night Stand: An Evening of Comedy. March 11, 2024. Aaron Kominos-Smith, Wali Collins, Liz Glazer.
  • The Improv Play by Margaret Hunt. March 4, 2024. Directed by Margaret Hunt, starring Estelle Bajou*, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Chris Grant, Sam Guncler*, Uma Incrocci*
  • The Road to Jerusalem by Nicky Glossman. February 12, 2024. Directed by James Glossman, starring Eilis Cahill*, Joe Morton*, Jay O. Sanders*, David Strathairn*
  • Can’t Run, Can’t Dance by Gregg Henry. January 29, 2024. Directed by Lisa James, starring Alison Jaye*, Zachary Grant*, Chris McGarry*, Liz Zazzi*.
  • One Night Stand: An Evening of Comedy. January 22, 2024. Aaron Kominos-Smith, Wali Collins, Luke Thayer.
  • David Mills presents Dare to Dream. January 15, 2024. David Mills’ one man’s show about Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Blood of the Lamb by Arlene Hutton. January 8, 2024. Directed by Evan Bergman, starring Dana Brooke* and Kellie Overbey*.


  • A Change of Position by Jeffrey Sweet. Based on characters created by Mike Kosarowich. December 11, 2023. Directed by James Glossman, starring Dan Domingues*, Helen Laser*, Eilis Cahill*, and Paul Murphy*.
  • The Neighborhood by Christopher Daftsios. November 20, 2023. Directed by Katrin Hilbe, starring Marina Colonna, Leland Gantt*, Christopher Daftsios*, John Ball, and Taylor Rose.
  • Seeds of Doubt by Gino DiIorio. November 6, 2023. Directed by Eva Minemar, starring Simone Policano*, Wendy Peace*, and Taylor Rose.
  • One Night Stand: An Evening of Comedy. October 16, 2023. Aaron Kominos-Smith, Erin Maguire, Jon Fisch. 
  • The Science of Leaving Omaha by Carter W. Lewis. August 21, 2023. Directed by James Glossman, starring Hanna Al-Kowski, Nicky Glossman*, Eilis Cahill*.
  • The Two Hander by Julia Blauvelt. August 14, 2023. Starring Jill Eikenberry* and Ella Dershowitz*.
  • Heel Turn by Joel Stone. August 7, 2023. Directed by Joel Stone, starring Michael Bakkensen*, Jeff Rubino*, Vivia Font*.
  • One Night Stand: An Evening of Comedy. July 10, 2023. Aaron Kominos-Smith, Sonya Vai, Keith Alberstadt.
  • Last Ascent by Kristin Idaszak. May 22, 2023. Directed by Katrin Hilbe, starring Samantha Simone*, Richarda Abrams*, Cecilia Petrone*.
  • One Night Stand: Spoken Word. A Tale of Two Misters. May 15, 2023. D.W. Gregory reads from her award-winning short fiction.
  • One Night Stand:  Concert Reading. 100 Years into the Heart. A new musical with book by Richard Vetere, music by Jeffrey Lodin, lyrics by William Squier. Directed by Evan Bergman and featuring Bob Cuccioli, Arianna Rosario and Eddie Korbich.
  • One Night Stand: An Evening of Comedy. May 8, 2023. Aaron Kominos-Smith and LeClerc Andre.
  • Half Moon Bay by John Jiler March 27, 2023. Directed by Evan Bergman. With Kelly Curran*, Vince Nappo*, Layla Khoshnoudi* and Ryan O’Dell.
  • An Unfinished Symphony by Wendy Yondorf. March 20, 2023. Directed by Gail Winar, Assistant Director Janey Huber. With Michael Irvin Pollard*, Daniela Mastropietro*, Ellie Panas, Andrea Gallo*, Benjamin Satchel, Estelle Bajou* Gail Winar.
  • Moochie by Margaret Hunt. March 13, 2023. Directed by Jeff Binder. With Chris Grant, Maureen Silliman*, Amy Van Nostrand*, William Parry * and Estelle Bajou*.
  • One Night Stand: Weeks and Peterson Quintet. February 22, 2023.
  • One Night Stand: The Vole Sisters Invite You to a Peculiar & Intimate Evening of Mystic Spiritualism. February 6, 2023.
  • Project Bluebird by D.W. Gregory. January 16, 2023. Directed by James Glossman. With Dan Domingues*, Paul Murphy*, Hanna Al-Kowsi Eilis Cahill* and Jeff Knapp.


  • Outrage by Marisa Smith. December 12, 2022. Directed by Evan Bergman. With Andrea Gallo*, Katrina Ferguson*, Victoria Meade*, Michael Irvin Pollard* William Watkins*and Mare Akana*
  • Coming Attractions by Brian Mori. November 14, 2022. Directed by Bill Pomerantz. With Andrew Safrin*, Kenneth Clark*, Polly Klein* and Mare Akana*
  • Austeen, Florida (Elevation: 12 Feet) by Wendy Yondorf. November 7, 2022.
  • Just Another Day by Dan Lauria. October 3, 2022.
  • Sister Mary’s Playtime by Tim McArthur. September 12, 2022.
  • ESSPY by Nandita Shenoy, directed by Aneesha Kudtarkar. August 15, 2022.
  • Past Midnight: A Visit With Larry & Viv by Donna Hoke. June 20, 2022.
  • For The Life of Me by Joel Stone. June 13, 2022.
  • A Tailor Near Me by Michael Tucker. April 4, 2022. Directed by James Glossman, starring Judd Hirsch and Jeffrey Bean.
  • Sinatra and Dorsey by Cary Gitter, directed by Joe Cacaci, starring Eddie Boroevich and Cory Jeacoma.
    March 28, 2022.
  • Ghost Story by Lia Romeo. March 21, 2022. Directed by Kimille Howard, starring Pascale Armand, Jeremiah Clapp, and Keith Weiss.
  • Robert Will Show You the Door (Tales of Being Fired), by Susan Jeremy. February 7, 2022. In association with Adam Weinstock.
  • Missing Person, by Susan Campanaro. January 31, 2022. In association with Adam Weinstock. Performed by Susan Campanaro, set to the music of Lynn Portas.


  • Eden Prairie, 1971 by Mat Smart.
    December 6, 2021. Starring Dylan Frederick, Oriana Lada, Andrea Gallo, Mare Akana. Directed by Evan Bergman.


  • The Pin-Up Girls: A Musical Love Letter by James Hindman & Jeffrey Lodin.
    February 3, 2020. Starring Jillian Louis*, Gina Milo*, Jessica de Jong, Barrett Riggins*.


  • Venus Rising by Marisa Smith. September 9, 2019. Directed by Jess Chayes. Starring Diane J. Findlay*, Laurel Casillo*, Laurie Wells*, Kenneth Kimmins*.
  • Over His Dead Body written by and starring Stephanie Mulsnick Karpell*
  • My Dead Wife written by and starring Mike Folie*. July 25, 2019.
  • Christie by Brian Richard Mori. July 8, 2019. Directed by Will Pomerantz. Starring Bob Greenberg*, Buzz Roddy*, Kittson O’Neill*, Mark Light-Orr*, Jeffrey C. Wolff*.
  • In the Bleak Midwinter by Dorothy Lyman. July 1, 2019. Directed by Lynette Barkley. Starring Dorothy Lyman*, Thea McCartan*, Jeanne Lauren Smith*, Tim Bohn*, Brennan Lowery*, Shannon Stowe*.
  • What Doesn’t Kill You by James Hindman. May 20,2019. Directed by M. Graham Smith.
  • The Secret Life of Dogs by Marisa Smith. May 13, 2019. Directed by Gail Winar. Starring Andrew Rein*, Carol Todd*, Jim Shankman*, Alexandra Napier*, Janey Huber.
  • Circus Dreams by Christopher Daftsios. April 1, 2019. Directed by Sarah Norris. Starring Christopher Daftsios*, Ryan Duncan*, John Freda*, Lori Wilner*.  Reading, The Actors’ Studio, Playwrights Unit (NYC), Dec 11, 2019.
  • More by Deborah Rennard. March 25, 2019. Directed by Evan Bergman. Starring Carol Todd*, Vivia Font*, Elissa Klie*, Michael Bakkensen*, Mare Akana.
  • Quants by Nick Platt. March 18, 2019. Directed by Joel Stone. Starring Juliet Kapanjie, A.J. Melnick, Chrisopher Daftsios*, Carl Hoffman.
  • Flint by Jeff Daniels. February 4, 2019. Directed by James Glossman. Starring Naja Selby-Morton*, Ezra Knight*, David Mason*, Kathy McCafferty*.


  • Monmouth University Student Playwrights Festival X:
    December 17, 2018. Directed by Joel Stone. Dear Daniel by Erica Balman, Fox in a Henhouse by Edwards Dziepak, Tagged by Alexis Griebell, Robot on Camera One by Sharon Miggins, The Glass Box by Carly Miller, Three Weeks Late by Laurel Monks, Breakfast by Michael Padovani, Transactions by Joshua Peet, Why Now? by Rachel Primavera, What’s the Good in Being Good? by Samantha Truglio, Stranger by Ann Marie Wexler. Starring Danielle Grosso, Joseph Grosso*, Juliet Kapanjie, Maggie McDonald Condon, A.J. Melnick, Benjamin Satchel.
  • The Sculptor by Julie Gilbert. October 22, 2018. Directed by Lynnette Barkley. Starring Warren Kelley*, Lauren Nordvig*, Suzanne Toren*, Jeffrey C. Wolf*.
  • Jane Burgoyne by Robert Moulthrop.
    August 27, 2018. Directed by Sarah Norris. Starring Lauren Annunziata, Mary Francina Golden*, Wendy Peace*.
  • The Shabbos Goy by Cary Gitter. August 13, 2018. Directed by Dan Winerman. Starring Lauren Annunziata*, Carolyn Mignini*, Jason Liebman*, Alex Grubbs*, Allyson Morgan*, Heather Welsh
  • Lily by Chris Daftsios. July 9, 2018. Directed by Sarah Norris. Starring Christopher Daftsios*, Alyssa May Gold*, Rick Hickman*, Adam von Pier, Amelia Vitale.
  • Three Exits by Gino DiIorio. July 2, 2018. Directed by Katrin Hilbe. Starring Susan Izatt*, Wendy Peace*, Mark Light-Orr*.
  • The Trouble With White People by John Biguenet. May 14, 2018. Directed by Evan Bergman. Starring Evander Duck, Jr.*, Terra Mackintosh*, Benjamin Satchel, Trey Gibbons*, Phillip Clark*.
  • Voyager One by Jared Delaney. April 30, 2018.  Directed by Evan Bergman. Starring Vince Nappo*, Kelley Curran*, Mare Akana.
  • Life On My Knees by William Missouri Downs. March 19, 2018. Directed by Lindy Regan. Starring Andrea Weinzierl*, Benjamin Satchel, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Alli Angelou.
  • Memoirs of a Forgotten Man by D.W. Gregory. March 12, 2018. Directed by James Glossman. Starring Ed Rosini, Wayne Pyle*, Carol Todd*, Anne Marie Higgins*.
  • Little Treasons by Jack Canfora. January 22, 2018. Directed by Melanie Sutherland. Starring Robyne Parrish*, Kevin Lowry*, Carol Todd*.
  • We Will Not Be Silent by David Meyers. January 15, 2018.Directed by Zoya Kachadurian, Starring Ezra Barnes*, Becca Ballenger*, Benjamin Satchel, Anna Dale Robinson.


  • Monmouth University Student Playwrights Festival IX: 
    December 11, 2017. Directed by Joel Stone. Scrapbook Memories by Michelle Bermudez, Death Brought Her Home by Meghan Van Note, The Wrong Combination by Amanda Davenport, Sailing Away by Chenowa Wendel, Table for Three by Brianna Golden, Never Have I ever by Chloe Lynn Meyer, Cigarette Break by Cristiana Rauco, Me Myself and Tim by Megan Roberts. Starring Arielle Beth, John Paul Harkins, Michael Samuel Kaplan*, Jeffrey Roth, Danielle Sacks*, Anette Sanders*. 
  • Issei, He Say (Or The Myth of The First)  by Chloe Hung.
    November 13, 2017. Directed by Mei Ann Teo. Starring Wei-Yi Lin*, Kenneth Lee*, Jo Mei*, Glenn Kubota*.
  • Weren’t You In My Science Class? by Trish Harnetiaux.
    September 18, 2017. Directed by Katherine Brook. Starring Annie McNamara*, Nadra McClyde*, Alex Spieth*, Mare Akana.
  • Prague by Javier de Dios, translated from the Spanish by Iride Lamartina-Lens.
    August 28, 2017. Directed by Lindy Regan. Starring Richard Lear*, Christopher Daftsios*, Bev Sheehan.
  • The Snowmaker by Aleks Merilo.
    July 17, 2017. Directed by Joel Stone. Starring Edward O’Blenis*, Becca Ballenger*, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Jared Michael Delaney*.
  • The Grand Illusion Show by Emily Dendinger.
    May 22, 2017. Presented in conjunction with The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, The Kennedy Center, National New Play Network, and The National Directors Fellowship. Directed by Larissa Lury (National Directors Fellowship Director-in-Residence). Starring Monica West*, Matthew Bradley*, Henry Yuk*, Washington Kirk*, Anna O’Donoghue*, and  Illustionist, Alexander Boyce.
  • Unhappily Married in Valencia by Laurel Ollstein based on Los Mal Casados en Valencia by Guillen de Castro (1618).
    May 8, 2017. Directed by Laurel Ollstein. Starring Wendy Waring*, Robert Ierardi*, John Hillner*, Aleksandr Pevec*, Liz Zazzi*.
  • Miss Keller Has No Second Book by Deb Hiett.
    March 20, 2017. Directed by James Glossman. Starring Maureen Silliman*, Linda Setzer*, Helen Laser*, Anthony Blaha*, Mackenzie Astin.
  • Loveland Ski Lodge (A Valentine Suite) by Barbara Gehring, James Hindman, Linda Klein, Ray Roderick.
    March 13, 2017. Directed by Alan Souza. Starring Jim Ferris*, Dustin Charles*, Jody Flader*.


  • Monmouth University Student Playwrights Festival VIII. 
    December 5.
  • The House On The Hill by Amy E. Witting.
    November 14. Directed by Evan Bergman. Starring Becca Ballenger*, Elissa Klie, Sarah Paton*, Eleanor Handley*, Rudy Palma*.
  • Above Water written and performed by Stephanie Dorian.
    September 19.
  • The Source by Jack Canfora.
    September 12. Directed by Evan Bergman. Starring Leah Gabriel*, Andrew Rein*, Edward James Hyland*, Lindy Regan.
  • Mercy by Adam Szymkowicz.
    August 29. Directed by Markus Potter. Starring Zack Robidas*, Dan Grimaldi*, Sarah Kate Jackson*, Erik Heger*.
  • Tooth & Nail by Sean Christopher Lewis.
    July 25. Directed by Lindy Regan. Starring Richard Lear*, John Paul Harkins*, Angie Tennant*.
  • Education by Brian Dykstra.
    July 18. Directed by Margarett Perry. Starring Carter Redwood*, Cotton Wright*, Bruce Faulk*, Matthew Boston*, Heidi Armbruster*, Mare Akana.
  • A Tale of Two Cities, A Parlour Theatrical, Cobbled Together by the Brothers Lovejoy written and directed by Craig Fols. July 11. Starring Ezra Barnes*, Mark McCarthy*, Liz Kimball*.
  • Stagelife by Ruth Wolff.
    May 23. Directed by Simon Jones. Starring Lisa Harrow*, Colby Chambers*, Benjamin Satchel.
  • Church & State by Jason Odell Williams.
    May 16.
  • Hollywood Hills by Sheldon Bull.
    May 9.
  • So Late, So Soon by Joshua Kaplan.
    April 4.
  • Groupie by Sir Arnold Wesker.
    March 28.
  • If You Are Reading This by Samuel Bernstein.
    March 21.
  • Assisted Living by Michael Tucker.
    January 25.


  • Monmouth University Student Playwrights VII.
    December 7.
  • Sacrilegious by Tom Schulman.
    November 9.
  • God, By Another Name by Robert Barnett.
    November 2.
  • Darwin’s Tortoise (La Tortuga de Darwin) by Juan Mayorga, English Translation by Iride Lamartina-Lens.
    October 26.
  • The Way We Dance by Kathleen Clark.
    September 29.
  • The Goodnight Bird by Colleen Murphy.
    July 13.
  • Adjoining Trances by Randy Buck.
    July 6. Directed by Marc Geller. Starring Maureen Silliman*, Marc Geller*.
  • The Consul, the Tramp, and America’s Sweetheart by John Morogiello.
    June 29.
  • A Score to Settle by Kico Gonzalez-Risso, directed by Arthur Masella.
    May 18.
  • Loose Cannons by Margaret Hunt.
    April 27.
  • Whiplash by Carolyn Moses, directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser.
    March 23.
  • Murder Too by David Wiltse (author of The Good German).
    March 16.
  • Struck by Sandy Rustin.
    March 9.
  • The Franklins of Philadelphia by Michael McGoldrick.
    March 2.
  • Something Vivid by Kevin Rehac.
    January 12.


  • Monmouth University Student Playwrights.
    November 17.
  • Multiple Family Dwelling by James Hindman.
    November 10.
  • Winter by Robert Caisley.
    November 3.
  • When You Get There by Marsha Mercant.
    October 27.
  • Til Jason Comes by Dan Lauria.
    September 29.
  • For Worse by Deborah Rennard.
    September 22.
  • The Blaisburg Family Picnic by Ben Clawson.
    August 25.
  • A Short Story by Lydia Stryk.
    August 18.
  • Georgie by Ed Dixon.
    August 11.
  • The Lobby by Don Creedon.
    June 30.
  • Homeless and How We Got That Way by Dan McCormick.
    June 23.
  • Local Nobody by Nicole Pandolfo.
    May 19.
  • The Straight Marriage Play by Michael Tucker.
    May 12.
  • Midnight Lunch by Edla Frankau Cusick. 
    May 5.
  • Promised Land by Guillem Clua and translated into English by Marion Peter Holt.
    April 7.
  • The Bunner Sisters by Richard Alleman.
    March 31.
  • The Three Christs of Manhattan, a new comedy by Seth Rozin.
    March 17.
  • The Midvale High School Reunion by Alan Brody. March 10.
  • Concessions by Brian Richard Mori.
    February 3.
  • The Seven Ages of DD by Ruth Wolff.
    January 27.
  • Grass Roots by Ellis Baker.
    January 20.


  • One Touch of Ava by Julie Gilbert.
    December 2.
  • Crib by Gino DiIorio.
    November 18.
  • Caseload by Levy Lee Simon.
    November 11.
  • Mold by John Biguenet.
    September 23.
  • Shotgun by John Biguenet.
    September 30.
  • Rising Water by John Biguenet.
    October 7.
  • A Grand Design by D.W. Gregory.
    August 19.
  • Gettysburg: One Woman’s War by Michèle LaRue.
    August 12.
  • Missing Celia Rose by Ian August.
    August 5.
  • In the Other Room by Paloma Pedrero; translated by Iride Lamartina-Lens.
    July 29.
  • Stalking the Bogeyman written and directed by Markus Potter.
    June 24.
  • Hawkman and Tonto by Robert King.
    June 17.
  • John Coffey Refuses to Save the World by Al Letson.
    June 10.
  • A New Play by Martyna Majok. 
    June 3.
  • To Paint The Earth music by Jonathan Portera; book and lyrics by Daniel F. Levin.
    April 22.
  • The Cow Play by Matthew George. 
    April 15.
  • Brill by David Wells.
    April 8.
  • Grounded by George Brant. 
    March 4.
  • Saving Kitty by Marisa Smith. 
    February 25.
  • Too Much, Too Much, Too Many by Meghan Kennedy. 
    February 18.
  • The Bachelors by Caroline V. McGraw.
    February 11.
  • The Royale by Marco Ramirez.
    January 7.


  • The Violin by Dan McCormick.
    December 17, 2012.
  • Petty Harbour by Martyna Majok.
    October 22, 2012.
  • Heartless Bastard by Jim Shankman.
    May 21, 2012.
  • Twentieth Century Hero by Alan Brody.
    May 14, 2012.
  • Night Blooms by Margaret Baldwin.
    May 7, 2012.
  • Monmouth University Student Playwrights Project.
    April 30, 2012.
  • Pa’s Hat (Part I-Liberian Legacy) by Cori Thomas.
    April 23, 2012.
  • The Great Man by Charlie Schulman.
    March 19, 2012.
  • Where You End…I Begin by Jesse Mu-En Shao.
    March 12, 2012.
  • ANTS by Saviana Stanescu.
    January 30, 2012.


  • Juxtaposition by Julie Gilbert.
    November 7, 2011.
  • Noir by Stan Werse (NY Fringe Festival Encore Series). Directed by Marc Geller.
    October 31, 2011.
  • Medea’s Nurse by Alan Brody.
    October 24, 2011.
  • Elizabeth, Beth, Betsy & Bess by Trish Harnetiaux.
    August 8, 2011.
  • Vicebox (it isn’t easy to love the world) by Marty McConnell.
    July 25, 2011.
  • Home by Dark by Terry Dodd.
    July 18, 2011.
  • Faustinian by Ruth Wolff, directed by Bob Kalfin.
    May 16, 2011.
  • American Stare by Tony Glazer, directed by Evan Bergman.
    May 9, 2011.
  • Bloodletters by Tom Sime.
    March 28, 2011.
  • Release Point by Gino DiIorio.
    March 21, 2011.
  • Esther’s Moustache by Laurel Ollstein.
    March 14, 2011.
  • Shanghai Kaddish by Larry Loebell.
    March 7, 2011.
  • Dying is Easy, Comedy is Hard by Nick Ullett.
    January 17, 2011.
  • Son of a Stand-Up Comedian by Paul Scott Goodman.
    January 10, 2011.


  • Dally With The Devil by Victor L. Cahn.
    December 20, 2010.
  • Donna Orbits The Moon by Ian August.
    December 13, 2010.
  • Super by Lia Romeo.
    December 6, 2010.
  • Large As Life and Twice As Natural by Dorothy Fortenberry.
    October 18, 2010.
  • The Sticks by John Wooten.
    October 11, 2010.
  • Jericho by Jack Canfora (author of Place Setting and Poetic License).
    August 2, 2010.
  • Victory Blues by Alan Brody (author of The Housewives of Mannheim).
    July 26, 2010.
  • Dirty Pictures by D. W. Gregory.
    July 19, 2010.
  • The Arrangement by Rick Eisenberg. 
     March 8, 2010.
  • Providence by Cody Daigle. 
     March 1, 2010.
  • Submitted by C. Randall McCloskey by Ian August.
    February 22, 2010.


  • Destination Alaska by Robert King.
    December 14, 2009.
  • Half and Half by James Sherman.
    November 2, 2009.
  • Character Assassins by Charles Schulman.
    October 26, 2009.
  • Monmouth University Young Playwrights Festival, faculty coordinator Richard Paris.
    September 14, 2009.
    Directed by Marc Geller.  “Say It” by Kate Borsuk. “Out and About” by Samantha Maidlow, “Thank you for Explaining” by Candyce Cook. Starring Pheonix Vaughn*, Natalie Wilder*, Douglas Scott Sorenson*.
  • Hotel Victory by Ruth Wolff.
    August 31, 2009.
  • Hellman v. McCarthy by Brian Richard Mori.
    August 24, 2009.
  • Scandal by Treva Silverman.
    July 20, 2009.
  • Missa Solemnis or The Play About Henry by Roman Feeser.
    July 13, 2009.
  • What Manner of Child by John Wesley Braswell.
    June 29, 2009.
  • The Tangled Skirt by Steve Braunstein.
    June 22, 2009.
  • A Short Wake by Derek Murphy.
    May 18, 2009.
    Directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser. Starring Nick Hardin*, Frank Licato*.
  • American Pastime by Mike Folie.
    May 11, 2009.
    Directed by Craig J. George. Starring Ames Adamson*, Tammi Clayton*, Diana Devlin, Evander Duck, Jr.*, Ty Jones*, Brian O’Halloran, Bob Senkewicz*, John Wojda*.
  • Jag by Gino DiIorio.
    May 4, 2009.
    Directed by James Glossman. Starring Clark Carmichael*, Al Mohrmann*, Julie Sihilling*.
  • Soccer Moms by John DeVore.
    April 27, 2009. Directed by Michael Maricondi. Starring Valerie Fagan*, Marc Geller*, Blair Ross*.
  • Love Scenes by David Pumo.
    April 20, 2009. Co-produced by Adam Weinstock, Creative Concepts Productions. Directed by Donna Jean Fogel. Starring Moe Bertran.
  • Ride by Eric Lane.
    March 9, 2009. Directed by Lorca Peress. Starring Angelina Kelly, Kate Kenney, Jenny Vallancourt.
  • Green Whales by Lia Romeo.
    March 2, 2009.
  • Puma by Julie Gilbert and Frank Evans.
    February 23, 2009. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Starring Ames Adamson*, Angelica Torn*, Victor Slezak*, Carol Todd*, Doris Dunigan.
  • Stage and Screen a musical by Kip Dennis.
    January 12, 2009. Co-produced by Vasi Laurence. Directed by Alan Souza. Musical Director, Lanny Meyers. Starring Bob Ader*, Inga Ballard*, Jenna Lee Barber, Michelle Blakely*, Alan Campbell*, Natalie Mosco*, Steve Luker*, Anthony Newfield*, Sandy Rosenberg*, Ryan Silverman*, Anne Tolpegin*, Steve Vinovich*, Lee Zarrett*.
  • Degage (disengage) by Mimi Quillin.
    January 5, 2009.


  • Three Sisters from Queens by Richard Vetere.
    December 15, 2008.
  • Soul on Vinyl by Mary Fengar Gail & Dennis McCarthy. NNPN commission.
    November 17, 2008.
  • Leaf by Chiori Miyagawa.
    November 10, 2008. Directed by Alice Reagan. Literary Associate Gail Winar, Starring Dana Benningfield*, Natalie Wilder*, Ben Masur*, Kristin Mularz.
  • Glass Eye by David Neipris.
    October 27, 2008.
  • The People’s Pimple by Sean Cunningham.
    September 22, 2008.
  • At A Loss by Jason Odell Williams.
    September 15, 2008.
  • A Picnic In The Park by Bob King (author of The Best Man).
    September 8, 2008.
  • Exposure Time by Kim Merrill.
    August 11, 2008.
  • Hunting High or Glory Hallelujah by Eric R. Pfeffinger.
    August 4, 2008.
  • Play Nice! by Robin Rice Lichting.
    July 28, 2008.
  • A Slow Fugue Before Dying by Elizabeth Nell Dubus.
    July 21, 2008.
  • The Angel in the Trees by Dan O’Brien.
    July 14, 2008.
  • Doc by Michael Shenefelt.
    June 9, 2008.
  • Natural History Written by Ian August. Directed by Maurer Farver Lea Eckert, Robyn Kemp, Jacob White, Andrea Gallo, Lindy Regan.
    June 2, 2008.
  • Sins of the Mother by Israel Horovitz.
    May 20, 2008.
  • One in Two by Dr. Lynette Long.
    May 12, 2008.
  • Unaccounted For by Alex Lewin.
    March 25, 2008.
  • The Forgotten Woman by Johnathan Tolins.
    April 7, 2008.
  • The Monument by Colleen Wagner.
    March 31, 2008.
  • The Boy in the Bathroom book and lyrics by Michael Lluberes; music and additional lyrics by Joe Maloney; directed by Michael Lluberes.
    March 14, 2008.
  • Skin in Flames by Guillem Clua, translated by DJ Sanders.
    February 11, 2008.
  • The Rant by Andrew Case.
    February 4, 2008.
  • Angels and Ministers of Grace Defend Us by Elaine Smith, starring Linda Hamilton.
    January 28, 2008.
  • Centennial Casting by Gino DiIorio and Nancy Bleemer.
    January 21, 2008.


  • Script-in-Hand Readings presented by Playwrights Theatre of NJ.
    November 30 – December 1, 2007.
  • The Jew and the Demon by Jonathan Goldberg, directed by Hayley Finn. Starring Ian August*, Jim Donovan*, John FitzGibbon*, Amanda Jones*.
    August 20, 2007.
  • Shore Points by Jeff Hughes. Directed by Frank Licato. Featuring Tricia Burr*, Gloria Falzer*, Bill Joachim, Gary Martins, Angela Rauscher, Liz Zazzi*.
    October 15, 2007.
  • Elisa’s Skin by Carole Frechette, directed by Aleksey Burago. Starring Virginia Roncetti* and Tommaso Spinelli*.
    August 13, 2007.
  • The Sky Pool by Ruth Wolff, directed by William Martin. Starring Colleen Lis , Dan Domingues*, Merle Louise*, June Squibb*, Carol Todd*, Wendy Peace*, Lindsay Teed, Tim Wersan*.
    August 6, 2007.
  • Blue by Ursula Rami Sarma.
    July 30, 2007.
  • The Chocolate Tree music and book by Marshall Pailet, lyrics and book by A.D. Penedo. Directed by Igor Golden, music direction by Ben Cohn.
    June 11, 2007.
  • Flying Crows Adapted and Directed by James Glossman from the novel by Jim Lehrer. Starring John Astin*, Prentiss Benjamin, Anthony Blaha, Dan Domingues*.
    June 4, 2007.
  • American Whuppass by Justin Warner, directed by Cheryl Katz. Starring Chip Phillips*, Mara Schwartz, Jeff Wills*, Laurence K. Cantor, Frank Tangredi, Ben Masur*, Brian O’Halloran, Doris Dunigan.
    April 30, 2007.
  • Iron Kisses by James Still, directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Starring Prentiss Benjamin*, Dan Domingues* and Mare Akana.
    March 12, 2007.
  • Engaging Shaw by John Morogiello, with excerpts from Bernard Shaw, directed by Langdon Brown. Starring Steven L. Barron*, Becky Engborg*, Katrina Ferguson*, Mark Leydorf*.
    March 5, 2007.
  • The Housewives of Mannheim by Alan Brody, directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Marnie Andrews*, Wendy Peace*, Kendal Ridgeway, Irene Walsh*, Doris Dunigan*.
    February 26, 2007
  • Minstrel Show or The Lynching of William Brown by Max Sparber, directed by Rob Urbinati. Starring Spencer Scott Barros * and Tim Cain*.
    January 22, 2007.
  • Bug Chasers by Ames Adamson. Starring Barney Fitzpatrick*, Jacob Garrett White*, Doris Dunigan.
    January 21, 2007.
  • Alfred Kinsey: A Love Story by Mike Folie, based on an idea by George W. George. Starring Deborah Rayne*, John FitzGibbon*, David Foubert* Kendal Ridgeway, Corey Tazmania*.
    January 14, 2007.




  • Our Son’s Wedding by Donna de Matteo, moderated by Gail Winar. Starring Victor Arnold*, Rosemary De Angelis* Perry Ojeda*, Eric Rasmussen*.
    December 10, 2006.
  • Darwin at Down by Gino DiIorio, directed by Jude Domski. Starring Catherine Eaton*, Kurt Elftmann*, Patrick McNulty*, Lauren Staub.
    October 8, 2006.
  • Girl Science written by Larry Loebell, directed by Roger Danforth. Starring Marnie Andrews*, Clark Carmichael*, Alicia Roper*, Bill Timoney*.
    September 24, 2006.
  • Beyond the Owing written by Malachy Walsh. Directed by Matthew Arbour. Featuring Alice Connorton*, Laura Flanagan*, Adam Devine, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Carol Todd*.
    September 23, 2006.
  • Kuru written and directed by Josh C. Manheimer. Starring Keara Hailey*, Robert Ruffin* and Mary Wadkins*
    August 6, 2006.
  • The Water Harvest by Chris Lee. Directed by John Burke. Starring Philip F. Lynch* and Brian O’Halloran.
    July 31, 2006.
  • Way to Heaven (Himmelweg) by Juan Mayorga, translated from the Spanish by David Johnston. Directed by Joel Stone. Starring: John FitzGibbon*, Davis Hall*, Michael Maiorino, Benjamin Puvalowski, Sarah Matthay*, Mark Thornton*, Eva Poleschuk, David Volin*, Doris Dunigan*.
    July 24, 2006.
  • Transit of Venus by Maureen Hunter, directed by James Glossman, starring Paula Prentiss. Featuring Mark Shanahan*, Anthony Blaha*, Prentiss Benjamin*, Julie Sihilling*.
    July 23, 2006.
  • The Glass House by June Finfer, Directed by Evan Bergman. Starring David Bishins*, Elaine Bromka*, Tanya Clarke*, Geraint Wyn Davies*, Michele Tauber*.
    June 19, 2006.
  • Book Ends (A Musical) by Katharine Houghton, Dianne Adams McDowell & James McDowell,Directed by James Glossman. Starring Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Susan G. Bob*, Kristin Hoesel*, Patti Murin*, Lori Wilner*, Howard Pinhasik*, Matt Golden*, Liz Larsen*, Alan Souza*, Eileen Tepper*, Eric Collins*.
    June 18, 2006.
  • Jumping for Joy written and directed by Jon Marans. Starring Arnie Burton*, Patricia Randell*, Hal Robinson*, Jon Miller*.
    June 12, 2006.
  • Where The Sun Never Sets by Robert Clyman. Directed by John Pietrowski, Stage Manager Danielle Constance. Starring Robert Fass*, Beth Glover*, Allen Rickman*, Bev Sheehan*, James Glossman, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Philip Lynch*.
    June 11, 2006.
  • The Last Detail by Neil Genzlinger. Directed by David McKenna, Moderated by Gail Winar. Starring Mason Pettit*, Bruce Faulk*, Douglas Scott Sorenson*, Corey Tazmania*, Marnie Andrews*, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Christian Pedersen*, Samara Bay*.
    June 5, 2006.
  • And Her Hair Went With Her by Zina Camblin. Directed by Stewart M. Schulman, Moderated by Gail Winar. Starring Miche Braden* and Keara Hailey.
    June 4, 2006.
  • Striptease On A Summer’s Day by Slawomir Mrozek. Directed by Nikolai Guzov, featuring Michael Kaplan*, James Michael White*, Aurora Nessly*, Gabriel Guttierez*.
    May 29, 2006.
  • Bad Hurt On Cedar Street by Mark Kemble. Directed by Salome Jens. Featuring Stephen Mendillo*, Lisa Richards*, Philip F. Lynch*, Brian O’Halloran, Iris Gilad, Ian August*.
    April 23, 2006.
  • The Rabbit Lady of Godalming by Brian Richard Mori. Directed by Stewart Schulman. Featuring Ian August*, Trevor Davis*, John FitzGibbon*, Davis Hall*, Mark Light-Orr*, Scott Schafer*, Natalie Wilder*, Gail Winar*, Peter Zazzali*, Peter Macklin*.
    April 17, 2006.
  • Don’t Hug Me Book and Lyrics by Phil Olson. Music by Paul Olson. Directed by Gail Winar. Featuring Susan G. Bob*, John FitzGibbon*, Darcie Siciliano*, Vince Gatton*, Phil Olson, Stephanie Dorian*.
    April 10, 2006.
  • Candida and Her Friends by Mario Fratti. Directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Catherine Eaton*, Mark Thornton*, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Sarah Matthay*, Keara Hailey*.
    April 9, 2006.
  • Suicide Club by Mario Fratti. Directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Angela Della Ventura*, Mark Thornton*, Doris Dunigan*. April 9, 2006.
  • The Lost Cities of Asher by Adam Kraar. Directed by Kathryn Moroney, Starring Catherine Eaton*, John FitzGibbon*, Mikel Sarah Lambert*, Patricia Randell*, Corey Tazmania*.
    April 3, 2006.
  • The Good German by David Wiltse. Directed by James Glossman, moderated by Gail Winar. Starring Brendan Patrick Burke*, Stephen Colbert*, Evelyn McGee*, Paul Murphy*.
    April 2, 2006.
  • The Glider by Kate Snodgrass. Directed by Wesley Savick. Starring Laura Latreille*, Birgit Huppuch*, Kimberly Parker Green*.
    February 20, 2006.
  • October 1962 by D. W. Gregory. Directed by James Glossman. Starring Taylor Deltz, Rebecca Ellis, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Natalie Wilder*.
    February 13, 2006.
  • Line of Descent by Tom Coash. Directed by Marnie Andrews. Starring Burt Edwards*, Frank Licato*, Michael Lister* Gail Winar*.
    February 6, 2006.




  • Monmouth University Short Play Festival (Coordinators: Richard Paris, Gabor Barabas, Director: Matthew Arbour): A Ton of Bricks by Darren D’Amato, Denial by Shannon Huffstickler, Have You Thought This Through? by Erika Valerio, Duel by Jennifer Pergola. Featuring Mike Folie, Shydel James, Katie Renn, Sarah Matthay*, Douglas Scott Sorenson*, Mark Thornton*, Carol Todd*, Gail Winar*.
    November 7, 2005.
  • The Speed Queen by Anne Stockton. Directed by Austin Pendleton and starring Anne Stockton.
    November 6, 2005.
  • TempOdyssey by Dan Dietz. Directed by Randy White. Starring Robert Beitzel*, Kat Foster*, Patrick McNulty* Kittson O’Neill*, Tom Wiggin*.
    October 16, 2005.
  • AM/FM In The First Degree by Staci Swedeen. Directed by Ynonne Conybeare. Featuring Teresa Kelsey*, Mike Durkin*, Ellen Haynes, Jeffrey Sutton*.
    September 26, 2005.
  • Friends by Peter Levy. Directed by Lindy Regan, starring Corinne Edgerly* and Harlan Tuckman*.
    September 19, 2005.
  • Guns and Ammo by Joe Sutton. Directed by Kent Paul Starring Dan Domingues*, John FitzGibbon*, James Iorio*, Stephen Ivester*, Kate Kearney-Patch*, Mark Thornton*, Anne Louise Zachry*.
    September 12, 2005.
  • Women of Lockerbie by Deborah Brevoort. Directed by Jason King Jones. Featuring Corinne Edgerly*, Marnie Andrews*, Al Mohrmann*, Elaine Bromka*, Michele LaRue*, Kurt Elftmann*, Michele Tauber*, Doris Dunigan*.
    August 1, 2005.
  • Exhibit This! Written and directed by Luigi Jannuzzi. Featuring Stephanie Dorian*, Robin Thomas*, Liz Zazzi*, Joseph Franchini*, Marc Geller*, Ben Masur*.
    July 25, 2005.
  • Boxes by Mike Folie, directed by Ken Wiesinger. Featuring Corinne Edgerly*, Lea Eckert*, Duncan Rogers*, Bob Senkewicz, Kendal Ridgeway.
    July 18, 2005.
  • The Moon Canister by Ben Rosenthal, directed by Evan Bergman, starring David Sims Bishins*, Elaine Bromka*, Charles Deitz, Brian O’Halloran, Cary Woodworth*.
    June 20, 2005.
  • Anhedonia Road written and performed by Chris Harcum*.
    June 6, 2005.
  • Electra Orleans by Joe Musso, directed by Lindy Regan, starring Alice Connorton*, Michael S. Kaplan*, Sarah Matthay*, Duane Noch*, Natalie Wilder*.
    May 30, 2005.
  • Devil Dog Six by Mary Fengar Gail, directed by Stewart M. Schulman, and starring John FitzGibbon*, Davis Hall*, Amanda Jones, Philip F. Lynch*, Lily Mercer*, Reginald Metcalf*, Harlan Tuckman*.
    May 23, 2005.
  • Shakespeare Road by Ruth Wolff, directed by Jason King Jones and starring Robert Cuccioli*, David Foubert*, Davis Hall*, Caitlin O’Connell*.
    May 2, 2005.
  • The Leak by Cynthia Soderholm, directed by DeLora Whitney and featuring Susan G. Bob*, Corey Tazmania Stieb*, Duncan Rogers*.
    April 25, 2005.
  • Swamp Redemption by Kelsie Chance, directed by Bricken Sparacino and featuring Marnie Andrews*, Felipe Gorostiza*, Stewart Walker*, Natalie Wilder*.
    April 18, 2005.
  • Lovers and Other Furnishings by Lynn Snyder, directed by Stewart Schulman, featuring Andrea Miscow, Charles Dietz, Frank Licato*, Chip Phillips*. Michael Lopez*, Jason Updike*.
    April 11, 2005.
  • Emelie’s Voltaire: A Love Story by Arthur Giron, directed by Edgar Weinstock, starring Kurt Elftmann*, Edgar Weinstock, Susan Willerman*.
    February 14, 2005.
  • Fire Baby by Malachy Walsh, directed by Matthew Arbour. Starring Alice Connorton*, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Brian O’Halloran.
    February 7, 2005.
  • Illyria, Lady by Vincent Sessa. Directed by Cailin Heffernan. Featuring: Rozie Bacchi*, Dana Benningfield*, James Earley, Justin G. Krauss, James Edward Lee, Sheryl McCallum*.
    January 31, 2005.
  • A Question of Color by Michael Bettencourt. Directed by Gail Winar. Featuring Venida Evans*, Eben Gordon*, Keara Hailey*, Cliff Jewel*, Michele LaRue*, Reginald Metcalf*.
    January 24, 2005.
  • Opaline: A Delirium for a Parched Planet by Mary Fengar Gail. Directed by Elizabeth Murphy. Featuring: Ames Adamson*, Corinne Edgerly*, Lora Iannarelli, Al Mohrmann*, Kittson O’Neill*.
    January 17, 2005.



  • Ax of Love, written and directed by Ernest Thompson. Starring Melanie Adelman*, Blayne Perry*, Linda Sheridan*, Regina Taufen*, Jeffrey Robert Taylor*.
    November 1, 2004.
  • The Hard Way by Gino DiIorio. Directed by Miriam Eusebio. Featuring: Ian August*, Glenn Stoops*, Natalie Wilder*, Madelyn Ryterband.
    October 18, 2004.
  • Esoterica (AKA Impossibility Specialist) by Eric Walton. Directed by Elysa Marden. Starring Eric Walton, with Ami Shukla.
    August 9, 2004.
  • The Million Dollar Fight by D. W. Gregory, starring James Earley, Kurt Elftmann*, Mike Folie, Peter Jones, Liam Joynt*, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Mark Light-Orr*, Stephanie Roy*.
    August 2, 2004.
  • Dix Tableaux by Mark Dunn, Directed by Stewart M. Schulman, starring Betsy Palmer*, Leslie Wheeler, Neal Arluck*, Deborah Rayne*, Cindy Carver*, Alice Connorton*, Amanda Jones.
    July 26, 2004.
  • Home Movies by Mike Folie, directed by Matthew Arbour. Featuring: Dina Comolli*, Diana Devlin, David J. Fretz, Brian O’Halloran, Glenn Stoops*, Harlan Tuckman*, Liz Zazzi*.
    July 19, 2004.
  • Apostasy by Gino DiIorio, directed by Eric Stannard. Featuring: Susan G. Bob*, Kristen Johansen*, Reginald Metcalf*, Natalie Wilder*.
    July 12, 2004.
  • Tilt Angel by Dan Dietz, directed by Megan Monaghan. Starring Trevor Davis*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Reginald Metcalf*, Mike Folie, Jonathan Campbell.
    May 16 & 17, 2004.
  • Parting Gestures Three Plays (The Color of August, A Night Divided, The Voucher) by Paloma Pedrero, translated by Phyllis Zatlin, Directed by Lindy Regan. Starring Angela Della Ventura*, Margot Ebling*, Brian O’Halloran.
    May 9 & 10, 2004.
  • Love Letters to Stalin by Juan Mayorga, translated by Maria Matasar-Padilla, directed by Alyse Rothman. Starring Jonathan Cantor*, Michael Graves*, Libby Hughes*.
    May 2 & 3, 2004.
  • Song of Grendelyn by Russell Davis, directed by John Pietrowski. Starring Dana Benningfield*, Lea Eckert, Kittson O’Neill*.
    April 26, 2004.
  • Wandaleria by David Valdes Greenwood, directed by Mira Kingsley, starring Stephen Innocenzi*, Cortnie Loren Miller, Linda Nelson*, Charles Woodson Parker, Lindy Regan, Katie Renn.
    March 28 & 29, 2004.
  • The Ballad of John Wesley Reed by Larry Loebell, directed by Roger Danforth, starring Marnie Andrews*, Sarah Elliott*, David Foubert*, Marc Geller*, Philip F. Lynch*.
  • March 21& 22, 2004.
  • Touch of Rapture by Mary Fengar Gail. Directed by Elizabeth Murphy. Starring Marnie Andrews*, John FitzGibbon*, Davis Hall*, Michèle LaRue*.
    February 1 & 2, 2004.
  • Gravity Falls From Trees by Sung Rno. Directed by Andy Arden. Featuring: Robert Fass*, Dana Halsted, Gigi Jhong, David Shih*.
    January 25 & 26, 2004.
  • The Best Man by Robert King, starring Ed Baccari*, David Foubert*, Michael Grenham, Rosemary De Angelis*, and Doris Dunigan.
    January 11 & 12, 2004.


  • Whores by Lee Blessing, directed by John Pietrowski, featuring Dana Benningfield*, Corinne Colón, Gilbert Cruz*, Lea Eckert, Corinne Edgerly*, Lily Mercer*.
    December 7, 8, 2003.
  • Mr. & Mrs. G Written and directed by Jeff Baron. Sound design by Merek Royce Press. Featuring Ames Adamson*, Sarah Dandridge*, Betty Hudson*, Bernie Passeltiner*, Michael Irvin Pollard*, Bryant Richards*.
    November 10, 2003.
  • Apple by Vern Thiessen, directed by David Kennedy, featuring Robert Fass*, Gigi Jhong, Carol Todd*.
    November 3, 2003
  • Only Me and You by Kim Carne, directed by Andrew Chown, starring Bricken Sparacino* and Jody Strimling*.
    October 27, 2003.
  • T For 2 by Gina Barnett. Directed by Hilary Adams. Featuring Anja Lee*, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Lindy Regan, Mark Thornton*. October 20, 2003 Boomerang by Bernard Da Costa. Directed by David Milch. Starring Orestes Arcuni* and Kathleen Huber*.
    October 13, 2003.
  • Lapse of Reason by Mark McNease. Directed by Steven McElroy. Featuring Marnie Andrews, Neal Arluck, Kathleen Goldpaugh, Gary Martins, Bob Senkowitz, Glenn Stoop.
    September 8, 2003.
  • Old Clown Wanted by Matei Visniec. Directed by Gregory A. Fortner. Featuring Ames Adamson, Al Mohrmann*, Ugo Toppo*.
    August 25, 2003.
  • Lucy and the Conquest by Cusi Cram. Directed by Sturgis Warner. Featuring Vanessa Aspillaga*, Yolande Bavan*, Gilbert Cruz*, Jesse J. Perez*, Ian Pfister*, Jeanine Serralles*.
    August 11, 2003.
  • Lemonade by Mike Folie. Directed by Evan Bergman. Featuring Tricia Burr*, Doris Dunigan, Bruce Faulk*, Katrina Ferguson*, Ben Masur*.
    July 21, 2003.
  • Days of the Kings by Daphne Greaves, Directed by May Adrales. Starring Dean Alai*, Roy Arias*, Caitlin Barton, Larry Giantonio*, Robyn Hussa, Duane Noch*, Marchand Odette*, Kittson O’Neill*, Drummer: Hearn Gadbois.
    July 14, 2003.
  • The Seventh Monarch by Jim Henry, Directed by Dave P. Moore. Starring Neal Arluck*, Rob Buntzen*, Alice Connorton*, Charles Deitz, Lee Eypper.
    June 30, 2003.
  • Darwin and Fitzroy by Joel Gross, directed by Robert Kalfin. Featuring Mark Thornton*, Laura Sweeney, Richard Watson*.
    May 19, 2003.
  • The Wormwood Chronicle by Mary Fengar Gail, directed by Jason King Jones. Featuring Burt Edwards*, Kurt Elftmann*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Stacy Lee Lents*, Davis Hall*, Erin Lynlee Partin.
    May 5, 2003.
  • A Brief History of the Soviet Union written and directed by Vladimir Zelevinsky. Featuring Dana Benningfield*, Robert Fass*, John FitzGibbon*, Calvin Gladen*.
    April 28, 2003.
  • A Stronger Faith by Ken Prestininzi, directed by John FitzGibbon. Starring Salome Jens*, Susan Kerner*, Christopher McFarland.
    April 7, 2003.
  • Golem by Gary Winter, directed by Hayley Finn. Starring Christine Bruno*, Ben Masur*, David Neiman*, Mara Schwartz, T. R. Shields*.
    April 14, 2003.
  • Rewriting by Jim Beggarly, directed by Brian O’Halloran. Dean Alai*, Dina Comolli*, Jim Donovan*, Janice Rowland. March 31, 2003.
  • The Catherine Calamity by Sheila Callaghan directed by Randy White. Starring Nick Addeo, Michelle Luchese, Michele Tauber*, Stacy Wallace*, Daniel Utset.
    March 17, 2003.
  • Housewarming by Michael Allegra directed by Sturgis Warner. Starring Brian O’Halloran, Irene Walsh*, Charles Dietz. March 10, 2003.
  • Emil by Ben Bettenbender. Directed by Olivia Honegger. Featuring Trevor Davis, Barney Fitzpatrick, Calvin Gladen, Nicole Godino, Kittson O’Neill.
    March 3, 2003.
  • Waving Goodbye by Jamie Pachino. Directed by Alexandra Ornitz. Featuring Anne Connolly, Robert Fass, Laura Pratt, Michele Tauber, Mark Thornton.
    February 24, 2003.


  • The Wormwood Chronicle by Mary Fengar Gail. Directed by Jason King Jones, featuring Ellen Barry*, Burt Edwards*, Kurt Elftmann*, Davis Hall*, Stacie Lents*. Erin Partin.
    February 17, 2003.
  • Spain by Jim Knable, directed by Tim Farrell, featuring Ames Adamson, Angela Della Ventura*, Jim Donovan*, Suzanna Geraghty*, Tina Lane, Raymond Schmoll.
    December 2, 2003.
  • Digesting Henry Hill by Amy Hartman, directed by Mark Schneider, featuring Ames Adamson, Cindy Carver*, Doris Dunigan, Stephanie Ybarra.
    November 25, 2002.
  • Love and Murder by Arthur Giron, directed by Jackie Berger, featuring Ames Adamson, Alberto Bonilla*, Robyn Hussa*, Rose McGuire*, Gordon Joseph Weiss*.
    November 18, 2002.
  • The Good Girl is Gone by D. W. Gregory, directed by Joseph Megel, featuring Ames Adamson, Jean Arlea, Jenn Harris*, Lily Mercer*, Margo Brook Pellmar, Cary Woodworth*.
    October 7, 2002.
  • Big Boys by Rich Orloff. Directed by John Pietrowski. Featuring Ames Adamson and Al H. Mohrmann*.
    September 9, 2002.
  • Four Beers by David Van Vleck. Directed by Ken Wiesinger. Featuring Ames Adamson, Charles Deitz, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Gary Lamadore*, Al Mohrmann*.
    September 2, 2002.
  • Revelation by Tony Schillaci. Directed by Tom McNelly. Featuring Clark Carmichael*, Jaime Hayes*, Joe Viviani* and Stephanie Ybarra.
    August 26, 2002.
  • Ride The Dark Cars by J. Staniloff-Redling, directed by Lindy Regan. Featuring Neal Arluck*, Michele Fulves*, Calvin Gladen*, Stephanie Goldman*.
    August 19, 2002.
  • Hobo Blue by Justin Paul Meeks, directed by David Milch. Featuring Cliff Jewell*, Philip F. Lynch*, Joseph Pisapia*, Katie Renn, Ugo Toppo*.
    August 12, 2002.
  • Greetings from Neptune by Jim Piazza, directed by Alexandra Ornitz. Featuring Neal Arluck, Katrina Ferguson, Marc Geller, Michael Irvin, Jerry Marino, Raymond Schmoll.
    July 22, 2002.
  • Sadie Thompson An Opera by Richard Owen.  Musical director Richard Owen, Jr, stage director Sam Helfrich. Featuring James Dunn, Stephen Gaertner, David Gordon, Robert Hoyt, Lindsay Killian, Ronnita Miller, Lynn Owen, Amanda Winfield, Peter Zuspan.
    July 22, 2002.
  • Oh Revoir, Mirabeau by Mark Dunn, directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Vanessa Britting, Cindy Carver, Angela Della Ventura, Lea Eckert, Michael Irvin, Cortnie Loren Miller, Harlan Tuckman, Daniel Utset.
    June 24, 2002.
  • The Flowering Thorn a musical, book and lyrics by Joe Bravaco, music by Robert Cioffi.  Directed by Nick Montesano.
    May 20, 2002.
  • Deja Vu by Bricaire & Lasaygues. English adaptation by John MacNicholas.  Directed by Wendy Liscow. Featuring Jeremie Adkins, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Kittson O,Neill*, James Prendergast*, Raymond Schmoll.
    May 6, 2002.
  • Just Neighbors by Jack Donahue. Directed by Mira Kingsley. Featuring Dana Benningfield*, Rob Buntzen*, Lea Eckert, Kurt Elftmann*, Kristin Johansen*.
    April 22, 2002.
  • Full Moon Over Montmartre by Billy Doswell.  Directed by Randahl Hoey. Featuring Burt Edwards*, Tom McNelly* and Leslie Wheeler. 
    April 15, 2002.
  • The Ant Farm by John Fritz.  Directed by Brian O’Halloran. Featuring Neal Arluck*, Diana Devlin, Lea Eckert, Ross Haines*, Lindy Regan.
    March 25, 2002.
  • The Good Daughter by D. W. Gregory.  Directed by Andrea Arden. Featuring Kurt Elftmann*, Pamela Bob*, Christine Bruno*, Emely Ann Burns, Gary Lamadore*, Brian O’Halloran, Leslie Wheeler.
    March 18, 2002.
  • Gerry’s Law by Alan Fitch. Directed by Stewart Fisher. Featuring Burt Edwards*, Ugo Toppo*.
    March 4, 2002.
  • Together by Morton Thaw and Edward Robak.  
    February 24, 2002. Featuring Jim Donovan*, John FitzGibbon*, Corinne Edgerly*, Jerry Marino*, Liz Zazzi*


  • Boxes by Michael T. Folie. Featuring Jim Donovan*, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Meryl Harris*, Laura Pratt, Elaine Netis.
    November 19, 2001.
  • Actor! by Fred Stroppel. Directed by Mark Graham. Featuring Ames Adamson, Rozie Bacchi*, Kurt Elftmann*, Lily Mercer*, Chris Tomaino*.
    November 12, 2001.
  • TJ by Mark Dunn. Directed by Stewart Fisher. Featuring Emely Anne Burns, Cindy Carver*, Jim Donovan*, Kurt Elftmann*, Siho Ellsmore, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Davis Hall*, Jaime Hayes*, David Marion*, Tom McNelly*, Jacob Garrett White*, Peter Zazzali*.
    November 5, 2001.
  • The Promise by Bernardo Santareno, translated by Nelson H. Vieira. Directed by Aaron Vieira. Featuring Doris Dunigan, Burt Edwards*, Tom McNelly*, Gregory Mikell*, Maura O’Brien*, Geoff Shields, David Sussman, Sue Wallack*, Daniel B. Utset, Joe Viviani*, Leslie Wheeler, Jacob Garrett White*, Leslie Wheeler, Sarah Yorra.
    October 27, 2001.
  • The Dead Boy by Joe Pintauro. Directed by William Martin. Featuring Jim Donovan*, Burt Edwards*, John FitzGibbon*, Al Mohrmann*, Daniel B. Utset, Leslie Wheeler.
    October 22, 2001.
  • Sonny Boy by Jeffrey Reich. Directed by Dana Benningfield. Featuring Tricia Burr*, Alice Connorton*, Edwards Furs*, Eve Johnson*, Caroline Rossi*, Joe Viviani*.
    October 15, 2001.
  • Give the Man a Fish by Richard Sutherlin. Directed by Anthony Newfield. Featuring starring Jane White*, with Robert Ari*, Tony Aylward*, Viki Boyle*, Richert Easley*, Paul Marcazzo*, Kittson O’Neill*.
    October 8, 2001.
  • The Spanish Jade by Javon Johnson. Directed by Ken Wiesinger. Featuring Todd Aikens*, Charles Deitz, Michelle Diaz, Doris Dunigan, Brian O’Halloran, Darrell Willis.
    October 1, 2001.
  • Maggie Rose by Kim Carney. Directed by Marnie Andrews. Featuring Ames Adamson, Susan G. Bob*, Carrie Edel, Lee Eypper, Meryl Harris*, John Lombardi*, Tom McNelly*.  
    September 10, 2001.
  • The Chance of a Lifetime by Luigi Jannuzzi. Directed by Robert Cioffi. Featuring Doris Dunigan, Caroline Rossi*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • Winterizing the Summer House by Gino DiIorio. Directed by Jacqueline Berger. Featuring Dana Benningfield*, John FitzGibbon*, Duncan Rogers*, Lindy Regan.
    August 20, 2001.
  • The Family Edge written and directed by Stan Lachow. Featuring Marnie Andrews*, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Susan Kerner, Tom McNelly*, Joe Viviani*, William Martin.
    July 30, 2001.
  • Slave Shack by Michael T. Folie. Directed by Ken Wiesinger. Featuring Marc Krinsky, Leighann Lord*, Ed Monterosso*, Joy Lonay-Lee Willis.
    July 23, 2001.
  • Dorian Gray, a musical, book and lyrics by Joe Bravaco, music by Robert Cioffi. Directed by Nick Montesano. Featuring Joseph Russo, James Grausam, Michael Gabinelli*, Jeanne Montano*, Rutledge Varley, Cristin Hubbard*, Todd Aikens*, Heather Brown, Arnold Teixeira, Amanda Winter.
    June 4, 2001.
  • The Hunger Waltz by Sheila Callaghan. Directed by Chad Stutz. Featuring Jay Colligan, Carrie Keranen, Brenton Popolizio*, Kristen Valerio*.
    May 21, 2001.
  • A Child’s Guide to Innocence by Vincent Sessa. Directed by Jeffrey Frace. Featuring Dana Benningfield*, Sarah Hays, Christine Todino*.
    May 14, 2001.
  • Best Kept Secret by Katharine Houghton. Directed by John Going. Starring Katharine Houghton*, Anthony Newfield*. May 7, 2001.
  • Lying in State by David C. Hyer. Directed by Nick Montesano. Featuring Tricia Burr, Steve Carroll*, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, John Lombardi*, Philip F. Lynch*, Katrina Ferguson*.
    April 9, 2001.
  • The Riding Club by Kerry Kennedy. Directed by Marnie Andrews. Featuring Mare Akana, Angela Della Ventura*, Judy Krantz*, Cindy Carver*, Ann-Marie Cusson*, Doris Dunigan.
    April 2, 2001.
  • Any Friend of Percy D’Angelino is a Friend of Mine by Jason Milligan. Starring Dan Lauria*, featuring Jeff Farkash* and Angela Della Ventura*.
    March 26, 2001.
  • One Night With You an evening of One-Acts by Joel Stone, Mark Dunn, and Luigi Jannuzzi, Directed by Michael R. Duran, Arlene Schulman, Joel Stone, Chance Michaels, Jerry Marino. Featuring Diana Devlin, Stacie Lents*, Brenton Popolizio*, Kurt Elftmann*, Kittson O’Neill, Cindy Carver*, Alice Connorton*, Corinne Colón, Tammy Trull, Angela Della Ventura*, Jerry Marino*, Liz Zazzi*.
    March 20, 2001.
  • Against the Rising Sea by Kelly Masterson, directed by Lindy Regan. Starring Pamela Bob*, Susan G. Bob*, Jody Strimling*, Caroline Rossi*.
    March 19, 2001.
  • Armistice Day by Mark Dunn, directed by Paul Wells. Starring Jeremie Adkins, Christy Boardman, Tom McNelly*, Chris Tomaino*.
    February 26, 2001.
  • Six Hands by Eric Weinberger, directed by John Stinger. Starring Stacie Lents*.
    February, 19, 2001.
  • The Night Watchman by Eric Weinberger, directed by John Stringer. Starring Walker Joyce*.
    February 19, 2001.
  • Psycho-Drama written and directed by Chuck Noell,
    January 29, 2001.


  • Open Window by Brad Korbesmeyer
    December 18, 2000.
    Directed by Mark Schneider. Featuring Cindy Carver*, Corinne Colón, John FitzGibbon*, Tom McNelly*, Caroline Rossi*, Corey Tazmania Stieb*.
  • Naked by the River by Michael T. Folie
    December 11, 2000.
    Directed by Lenny Bart. Featuring Rozie Bacchi*, Diana Devlin, Ken Wiesinger*.
  • Hot Flashes, a musical by Penny Bergman
    November 27, 2000.
    Directed by Penny Bergman. John Ross Bowie, Celia Bressack, Mel Gionson*, Traci Godfrey*, Jennifer Hall*, Kati Kuroda*, Peggy Moynihan, Suzanne O’Hare*, Larry Raiken*, Jo Twiss*.
  • An Evening with Rozie by Rozie Bacchi
    November 20, 2000
    Directed by Merri Milwe. Featuring Rozie Bacchi*.
  • Good Morning with Dean Dowling by Eric Weinberger
    November 13, 2000. Directed by Josh Goldberg. Featuring Lenny Bart* and Lee Eypper.
  • Immortal Interlude, a musical by Gabor & SuzAnne Barabas and Merek Royce Press
    October 29, 2000.
    Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Christy Boardman, Tricia Burr, Burt Edwards*, John FitzGibbon*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Ted Grayson*, Chris Tomaino*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • Looking for Love by Terrance Vorwald
    October 16, 2000.
    Directed by Matthew Arbour. Featuring Ian August, Doris Dunigan, Katrina Ferguson*, Elisha Joy Gordon, Philip F. Lynch*, Brian O’Halloran, Lindy Regan.
  • Van Choc Straw by Mark Dunn,
    October 2, 2000.
    Directed by Mariann Davatelis. Featuring Rozie Bacchi*, Kurt Elftmann*, Yvonne Marchese, Caroline Rossi*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • Les Grandes Dames by Nathan Mayer,
    September 18, 2000.
    Directed by Lenny Bart. Featuring Lenny Bart*, Susan G. Bob*, Tricia Burr, GeorgEric, Jerry Marino*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • Losing Randall by Vera Gold,
    September 11, 2000
    Directed by Michael Duran. Featuring Ryan Angel, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Jeanette Hartunian*, Caroline Rossi*.
  • A Mislaid Heaven by Carson Grace Becker
    August 28, 2000
    Directed by Jackie Berger. Featuring Ford Austin*, John FitzGibbon*, Scott Andrew Harrison*, Sarah Hays, Jim Ireland*, Sharahn La Rue*, Susanne Marley*, Laura Poe*, Claywood Sinclair*, Chris Tomaino*.
  • Slow Fade to Black by Brian Richard Mori
    August 14, 2000
    Directed by Mark Antonio Henderson. Featuring Harry Chambarry*, Clifford Jones, Kendal Ridgeway, Jason Rogers, Liam Stone*.
  • African Nights by Clint Jeffries
    August 7, 2000
    Directed by Clint Jeffries. Featuring Dana Benningfield*, Kristi Casey, Kurt Elftmann*, Judy Kranz*, Philip F. Lynch*, Robert Lloyd Mascarenas, Karim Ra*, Jym Winner.
  • My Simple City by Richard Strand
    July 31, 2000
    Directed by Jackie Berger. Featuring, Jim Donovan*, Elisha Joy Gordon, Sharahn La Rue*, Tim Lord*, Susanne Marley*, Caroline Rossi*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • An Unhappy Woman by Michael T. Folie
    July 17, 2000
    Directed by Nick Montesano. Featuring Adin Alai*, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Gigi Jhong, Brian O’Halloran, Kittson O’Neill, Brenton Popolizio*. Reckless
  • Abandon by Vincent Sessa
    July 10, 2000
    Directed by Jeffrey Fracé. Featuring Marian Akana, Dana Benningfield*, Marc Chaiet, Meryl Harris*.
  • O The Days by Sheila Walsh, April 10, 2000. Directed by John Morrison. Featuring Kathy Gail Macgowan*, Debra Whitfield*, Lynne Workinger*, Chris Jones, Holly Hawkins*, Sean O’Connor*, Christopher Graham*.
  • Ten Percent in Maple Grove: The Womyn’s Stories by Mark Dunn, April 3, 2000. Directed by Jonathan Fluck. Featuring Dana Benningfield*, Cindy Carver*, Carrie Edel, Stacy Fischer, Meryl Harris*, Lindy Regan, Jody Strimling*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • Charles Lindbergh: The Long Eagle by Steve Carroll, March 27, 2000. Directed by Billy Stone. Featuring Steve Carroll*.
  • The Belles of the Mill by Rachel Rubin Ladutke, March 13, 2000. Directed by Arlene Schulman. Featuring Cindy Carver*, Diana Devlin, Brian O’Halloran, Betty Hudson*, Kendal Ridgeway, Jody Strimling*.
  • In Search of Red River Dog by Sandra Perlman, February 28, 2000. Directed by Rob Reese. Featuring Lenny Bart*, Dana Benningfield*, Ross Haines*, Betty Hudson*.
  • Tales of an Adolescent Fruitfly by Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder, February 21, 2000. Directed by Miriam Eusebio. Featuring Alex Brumel*, Stacy Fischer, Keith Heimann*, Emma Laurence*, Lindy Regan, Billy Stone.
  • Panama by Michael T. Folie, February 7, 2000. Directed by Matthew Arbour. Featuring Todd Aikens*, Diana Devlin, Rebecca Hess, Elaine Netis, Brian O’Halloran, Nathan Parker, Brenton Popolizio, Patrick Ruegsegger, Ken Wiesinger*, John Wenz.
  • Tales from the Butcher’s Block by Mark Berman, January 24, 2000. Directed by Lenny Bart. Featuring Adin Alai*, Stacy Fischer, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Ghislaine Rump**.
  • Marriage to an Older Woman by John Fritz, January 10, 2000. Directed by Nick Montesano. Featuring Marc Moritz*, James Prendergast*, Lindy Regan, Leslie Wheeler.


  • Ferris Wheel by Janyce Lapore, November 15, 1999. Directed by Billy Stone. Featuring Rozie Bacchi*, Carla Briscoe, Yvonne Marchese, Erin O’Leary.
  • The Speck of Dust in Bugsy’s Eye by Joel Stone, November 8, 1999. Directed by Peter Bennett. Featuring Kim Hunter*, Burt Edwards*.
  • Groping for Faith by Joel Stone, November 8, 1999. Directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Philip F. Lynch*, Aiko Nakasone*.
  • On the Subject of Black Widow Spider Venom by Joel Stone, November 8, 1999. Directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Steve Carroll*.
  • The Spirit House by Adam Kraar, October 18, 1999. Directed by Miriam Eusebio. Featuring Ryan Angel, Clark Carmichael*, Nicole Godino* Aiko Nakasone*, Brenton Popolizio*, Chris Tomaino*.
  • Moonbirds by Christopher Woods, October 11, 1999. Directed by Stewart Fisher. Featuring John Flaherty*, David A. Sussman.
  • Angel Descendant by Bill Mesce, Jr., October 4, 1999. Directed by Michael Duran. Featuring Steve Carroll*, Jim Donovan*, Ross Haines*, Keith Heimann*, Jerry Marino*, Kittson O’Neill, Billy Stone.
  • Everyday Women by Mary Anderson, July 19, 1999. Directed by Arlene Schulman. Featuring Marian Akana, Cindy Carver*, Tammi Clayton*, Temme Davis, Stephanie Goldman*, Jody Strimling*.
  • Strangers in the Night by Eric Weinberger, July 12, 1999. Directed by Chris Brady. Featuring Marian Akana, Meryl Harris*, Hannah Elizabeth Howard, Philip F. Lynch*, Harlan Tuckman*.
  • Helen’s Most Favorite Day by Mark Dunn, June 21, 1999. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Cindy Carver*, Doris Dunigan, Meryl Harris*, Lindy Regan, Harlan Tuckman*, Robert Vaccaro.
  • For the Love of Juliet by Luigi Jannuzzi, June 14, 1999. Directed by Stewart Fisher. Featuring Rozie Bacchi*, Philip F. Lynch*, Yvonne Marchese, Wayne Salvatore.
  • The Girl With the High Rouge by Vincent Sessa, June 7, 1999. Directed by Stewart Fisher. Featuring Brad Bond, Anne Connolly, Barney Fitzpatrick*, Yvonne Marchese, Duncan M. Rogers*.
  • The Body Guard by William Yellow Robe, Jr., May 24, 1999. Directed by William Yellow Robe, Jr. Featuring GeorgEric, Brian O’Halloran.
  • The Star Quilter by William Yellow Robe, Jr., May 24, 1999. Directed by William Yellow Robe, Jr. Featuring Meryl Harris*, Lindy Regan.
  • Reading the Mind of God by Pat Gabridge, May 17, 1999. Directed by Billy Stone. Featuring Jennifer Alimonti, Diana Devlin, Jim Donovan*, GeorgEric, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Jennifer Kotrba, Duncan M. Rogers*, Patrick Ruegsegger, Wayne Salvatore, Dick Schulman, Jody Strimling*.
  • The Jocker by Clint Jeffries, May 10, 1999. Directed by Clint Jeffries. Featuring Todd Aikens*, Dave DeChristopher*, Kurt Elftmann*, John Flaherty*, Lee Garr, Emanuel Loarca, Jerry Marino*.
  • Sight to See by James Armstrong, April 26, 1999. Directed by James Armstrong. Featuring Marian Akana, GeorgEric, Scott Matthew Harris, Brian O’Halloran, Billy Stone, Dick Schulman.
  • The Age of Miracles by Joel Stone, April 19, 1999. Directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Marianne Maltese, Harlan Tuckman*.
  • Belial by Mark Dunn, April 5, 1999. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Sara-Page Chalakani*, Anne Connolly, Hannah Elizabeth Howard, Kam Medcalf*, Brian O’Halloran, John Wenz.
  • Onto Infinity by David Alex, March 29, 1999. Directed by David Alex. Featuring Cindy Carver*, GeorgEric, Kathleen Goldpaugh*, Patick Ruegsegger, Billy Stone, David Sussman, Kevin Craig West*.


  • Homing Penguins by Bryan Williams, December 13, 1998. Directed by Arlene Schulman. Featuring Sara-Page Chalakani*, Diana Devlin, Kurt Elftmann*, Jenette Kozak*, Brian O’Halloran, Nathan Parker, Chris Tomaino*.
  • The Elephant Graveyard by Jean-Paul Daumas (trans. Phyllis Zatlin), December 6, 1998. Directed by Cindy Carver. Featuring Betty Hudson*, Meryl Harris*, Lindy Regan, Marilyn Roberts*, Leslie Wheeler.
  • Greytop in Love by Alan Brody starring Kim Hunter, November 21, 1998. Directed by Stuart Vaughan. Featuring Kim Hunter*, Bob Emmett*, Steve Carroll*, Emma Laurence*, Philip F. Lynch*.
  • The Pennysaver by Staci Swedeen, November 1, 1998. Directed by Emma Laurence. Featuring Jeff Bryan, Doris Dunigan, Kurt Elftmann*, Arlene Schulman, Jody Strimling*, John Wenz.
  • Past Palpable by Dave DeChristopher, November 1, 1998. Directed by Stewart Fisher. Featuring Marian Akana, Philip F. Lynch*, Alyssa Polescek*, Robert Vaccaro.
  • Taking Off by Terri Campion, November 1, 1998. Directed by Julie Gillis. Featuring Jeanette Hartunian*, Nathan Parker.
  • A Haunted World by Julius Galacki, October 25, 1998. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Christopher Anthony, Marian Akana, Lina Moccia, Lindy Regan.
  • Someplace on the Road by Julius Galacki, October 25, 1998. Directed by Midge Guerrera. Featuring Dana Benningfield, Jim Donovan*, Rick Nicely, John Ring.
  • Remember Me by Lewis Gardner, October 17, 1998. Directed by Stuart Vaughan. Featuring Kim Hunter*, Bob Emmett*, Marian Akana.
  • Ends by David Alex, October 11, 1998. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Philip F. Lynch*, Johnny Kitt*.
  • Zoë’s Story by Nancy Wright, August 28, 1998. Directed by Arlene Schulman. Featuring Tammi Clayton, Dave DeChristopher*, Kurt Elftmann, Michael N. Johnson, Steven Lloyd, Marianne Maltese, Kendal Ridgeway, Dick Schulman, Mary Lou Siegel*.
  • Dancing with Harry by James Armstrong, August 14, 1998. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Christopher Anthony, Marian Akana, Paul Binotto*, Philip F. Lynch*, Steve Carroll*, Harlan Tuckman*.
  • Maggots by H.M. Killinger, July 24, 1998. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Philip F. Lynch*, Alison Siegel*, Chris Tomaino*, Dayle Webb.
  • Feliz Navidad by Staci Swedeen, July 24, 1998. Directed by Staci Swedeen. Featuring Cindy Carver*, Shannon Haragan.
  • North Fork by Mark Dunn, June 28, 1998. Directed by SuzAnne Barabas. Featuring Rozie Bacchi*, Dana Benningfield, Steve Carroll*, Doris Dunigan, Teri Furr*, Meryl Harris*, Johnny Kitt*, Alison Lenox*.
  • Voices Carry by Rosemary McLaughlin, June 14, 1998. Directed by Joseph Paternaude. Featuring Brandon Michael Arrington, Janis Astor del Valle*, Ken Hardy, Alice Saltzman*.
  • A World I Never Made by Bryan Williams, May 31, 1998. Directed by Arlene Schulman. Featuring Steve Carroll*, Brian O’Halloran, Kendal Ridgeway.
  • Horrors of Doctor Moreau by Joel Stone, May 17, 1998. Directed by Joel Stone. Featuring Marian Akana, Ryan Angel, Steve Carroll*, Dave DeChristopher*, Betty Hudson*, Philip F. Lynch*, Duncan M. Rogers*.


*Member of Actors Equity Association    **Member of British Equity Association

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