Every week, our panelists choose the four shows they would most like to see again to be performed on Saturday. The fifith show is chosen by audience vote.
This week's plays, listed in performance order:
"Really Mature Relationships," by Max Langert (ASW Commission). Using market research to parse relationship data and work to solve significant relationship issue.
Todo Big Time Presents "No comas tomates antes de dormir porque tendrás pesadillas," by Adam Martinez & Isabelle Salazar. Don't eat tomatoes before bed or you will have nightmares. "Once social change begins, it can not be reversed. You cannot uneducate the person who has learned to read. You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride. You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore." Cesar Chavez
"Calm," a short play for six voices and one piano (The Performer’s Workshop). Six high school students struggle to understand themselves and each other through arson and sexual exploration. As performed by the students of the Performance Workshop under the direction of Michael McKelvey. Book by Nigel O'Hearn. Lyrics by Michael McKelvey.
"She Creatures: Scenes of Mythic Women," by Sarah Saltwick. Selkies and Sirens, music and food, but above all surprises!
"A Work of Consequence," by Richard Cambier, Hanna Kenah, and Zeb West. An original work of consequence (an ensemble physical theatre creation).