Music and lyrics by Nick Blaemire; Book by James Gardiner
Directed by Lucian Restivo
After their first year of college, four high school best friends reunite for one special night. Will has called them all together to pull a prank on the football team by breaking into the school’s sprinkler system to soak their former bullies at the annual charity game. As the night rolls on and the boys reconnect, they soon realize how far they’ve grown apart this past year and how different they’ve become. This pop-rock musical is a witty coming-of-age story about friends trying to understand one another while facing the consequences of growing up.
By Monica Giordano
Directed by Chelsea Burke
Diana and Ophelia live their lives based on counting the days they've loved one another. When Ophelia gets attacked in the park, Diana seeks Troy for comfort while Ophelia seeks silence. Hand Grenades teaches us to hold on when we lose everything and love explosively even if we’ve lost all hope.
By Patricia Kane
Directed by Mess Rayford
The industrious members of the Budapest Women's Club (pronounced Bu-DAP-est) come together for an annual tradition: the crafting of the holiday parade float. But under the surface of this pleasant gathering, the women find themselves grappling with sexuality, betrayal, and their own hard and fast notions of right and wrong. In this ode to the complicated undercurrents of Midwestern morality, you'll meet Marty, Luce, Char, Arletta, and Doodee -- five women who face the tests life presents to them with laughter, love, and a lot of fake snow
By Daniel Talbott
Directed by Dexter Ramey
Eli moves from radical San Francisco to corn-loving Iowa after his father’s fatal car accident. Feeling numb, alone, and like an outsider, Eli struggles his senior year to make any friends. That is until a new relationship with a boy threatens Eli’s stability. Slipping shows us that the cycle of abuse is dangerous and coping seems like an endless battle.