March 20, 2006
How do two people ever find each other in twenty first century America? And when they do find each other how do they ever get to know each other? Our society is full of illusion, isolation, and overt deception. Can you trust the people that you invite into your life? Can you trust your own judgment when it comes to finding companionship?
Written by Shepsu Aakhu
Directed by Mignon McPherson Nance
Well-executed…A showcase for the playwright’s considerable virtuosity…
…this is your perfect date play.
Mary Shen Barnidge—Windy City Times
September 20 – October 6, 2006
A collection of original sketch performances that are unabashedly courageous and provocative in their take on race, class, and American politics.
Written by Inda Craig-Galvan, Kevin Douglas & Carla Stillwell
Directed by Kim Crutcher
October 26, 2006
In an effort to fan the flames of Revolution, two black radicals kidnap the Governor’s daughter and convince the public the crime was committed by white supremacists. When public interest in the kidnapping wanes, a last desperate bid is made to keep the sparks of Revolution alive.