My Name is Asher Lev
by Aaron Posner, adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok
directed by Michael Stauffer
Asher Lev, a gifted young painter and an observant Jew, wrestles with his responsibility to his faith, his community, and his art. In his play based on Potok’s acclaimed novel, Aaron Posner develops and illuminates the necessary and difficult conversation between an individual’s faith and their calling as an artist.
The January Project
by Tony Kushner, based on the play by Pierre Corneille
directed by Andy Mangin
A lawyer, desperate to find his son, engages a magician who agrees to show him his son’s life--a journey brimming with romance, intrigue, and danger. Tony Kushner adapts Corneille’s classic story of love, imagination, and the power of theater.
The Spoon River Project
adapted by Tom Andolora, from the anthology by Edgar Lee Masters
directed by Mark Lewis
The untold stories of the dead rise from the graves of a small farming town in western Illinois. In this fresh look at Master’s stunning 1915 poetry anthology, these indelible stories are finally spoken, and are laced together by music, movement, and a celebration of community.