All New People by Zach Braff
May 9-13, 2018
Directed by Paul Barson
Starring Josh Anderson-Coats, Hayley Kellett, Mike Woodley, Cara Humeniuk
"Woodley and Kellett stood out in particular — Woodley for a terrifically hammy rendition of Shylock’s iconic “Do we not bleed?” speech from The Merchant of Venice, and Kellett for a masterful performance lending her sometimes cartoony character depth and humanity. "
Bug by Tracy Letts
October 31 - November 4, 2018
Directed by Tim Clarke
Starring Jen Barson, Bryndyn Boonstra, Scott Andrews, Erika Downie, Carlo Adamo
"Just in time for Halloween, The Downtown Theatre Project (DTP) presented Bug by Tracy Letts from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4. The small crew of nine and cast of five proved their potent capability by putting together an unnerving show that left audience members itching in their seats."
The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?
by Edward Albee
Directd by Tim Clarke
Starring Trevor Smith Diggins, Jen Barson, Quaid Lale and Carlo Adamo.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Edward Albee’s most provocative, daring, and controversial play since Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Goat won every major award for best new play of the year: the Tony, New York Drama Critics Circle, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards.
An Act Of God
by David Javerbaum
Directd by Paul Barson
Starring Shawn Firlotte, Oliver Pavia and Jennifer Cornish
The One with the first and last word on everything has finally arrived to set the record straight. After many millennia, and in just 90 minutes, God (assisted by His devoted angels) answers some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation.
Collective Rage: A Play In Five Betties
by Jen Silverman
Directd by Jennifer Barson
Starring Lisa MacNeil, Carmen Osahor, Olivia Mann, Lindsay Todd and Erika A. Downie
Betty is rich; Betty is lonely; Betty’s busy working on her truck; Betty wants to talk about love, but Betty needs to hit something. And Betty keeps using a small hand mirror to stare into parts of herself she’s never examined. Five different women named Betty collide at the intersection of anger, sex, and the “Thea-Tah.”