S H O W S
Christine Chubbuck was a real-life television journalist from the early 1970’s. She was smart, attractive, young, and passionate about her work. However, in 1974, Christine made history by creating one of the most disturbing broadcasts ever seen on television. “Reporting Live” tells the astonishing true story of Christine while at the same time following Christine on a fictional journey in a land we have yet to discover. After she passes away, Christine wakes up in a desert with barely any sign of other people. However, she comes across an odd and lonely man who says he can help her. The two embark on an epic quest in a strange world for one reason: to find a way out.
CAROLINE AND GEORGE
(an absurd love story but not of the above mentioned names)
Caroline of Brunswick and George IV were married on April 8, 1795. They were also very reluctant to do so. Caroline and George is an outrageous musical dramedy that follows the trials and tribulations of the not-so-happy couple as they push through their marriage, affairs, addictions, flatulence, separations, and their journey towards the crown of England and ultimately changing a nation while doing so.
SURROUNDED BY THE WATER
Meghan lives in small but comfortable Upper East Side apartment with her two roommates, has a steady new job, and an adequate social life. But she also suffers from frequent and inexplainable anxiety attacks. One night, Meghan, her roommates, and a friend from the Lower East Side gather together in her apartment to ride through an expected hurricane. And when an unexpected stranger shows up at their door during the storm, the dynamic of the group is heavily altered. As the evening unfolds, Meghan must learn how to handle her anxiety before her anxiety pushes Meghan to a breaking point.
OTHER PEOPLE'S RELATIONSHIPS
a song cycle
Other People’s Relationships is a song cycle that journeys through the very personal and private stories of unusual people making bold human connections that may seem odd from a distance. But the closer we get to understanding that ever elusive scenario (or as we sometimes call it, the other “Side to the Story”), the closer we get to understanding who these people really are; people just like us.
At age 82, Polly Patolsky believes she is meant to spend the rest of her days with her unfaithful and manipulative husband, Charlie. But on the worst day of her life (and her marriage), Polly reaches a breaking point and finds strength and courage in a strange place with an unlikely new friend.