The Art of Martyrdom by Rita Anderson – an irreverent behind-the-scenes look at Hrosvitha, our foremother and the first female playwright. It is an exploration of how her “secret” plays got out and about the 10th-century nun’s secret playfulness. But, if the first female playwright of the Western world lived 500 years before Shakespeare, then why has no one heard of her? Rated PG
The Robotics of Love and Longing by Germaine Shames – A quirky adult comedy about technology, taboos, and the lengths to which the human need for connection may drive us. Rated PG -13.
Mutability by Straton Rushing – A senseless crime gets committed in a rural, desolate corner of West Texas and the lone survivor is left to tell her story… but this is a comedy so it is actually about grief, fear, and the slow undignified economic death of rural America which will be explored in the silliest possible way. Rated PG-13.
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Meet Scott Nixon
This big teddy bear has been our full time Harry Hunsacker since December 2016 and we couldn’t be happier! Scott’s introduction to theatre came at the end of his high school years. He was looking for extracurricular activities, having rejected the idea of sports for...
Meet Erik McCullough
Erik McCullough has worked with us for five years now and became our Technical Director a year ago for “Clowning Around With Murder!” Like a few others on the team, he makes his living primarily in the arts, working for the Dallas Opera, the Santa Fe Opera, and...
Meet Kyle Strickland
Kyle Strickland came to us with glowing recommendations and they are well-earned! Kyle’s interest in technical theatre began many years ago. He got involved in theatre at his school, but he wanted more. So Kyle did what anyone with a curious mind does. He reached out,...
Meet Sam Nance
Sam Nance has an encyclopedic mind, and we are grateful that he reserves a chapter for the secrets of our Living Black and White lighting! But Sam is more than a lighting guy. He has also been an actor, theatre producer, small business owner, and teacher. A man of...
Meet Marc Rouse!
Marc Rouse has spent his entire life in creative endeavors, if you don’t count the four years he spent in the Marine Corps. Yes, that’s right, THE MARINE CORPS. How badass is that?! Marc’s creative expression began in a kindergarten play and continued through high...