An International Theatre Company that produces stories about life, about friendship, about work, and the world in which we live. Or think we live. Or perhaps imagine that we might live.
Dawn (as viewed by Chaos and Old Night)
Rosy Fingered Dawn stretches her hand across the morning sky. As least that is what one of Chorus believes. (He’s kind of that way. The other is not so sure.) A little snippet of a classic story in a modern setting about a timeless conflict. “Life is a Dream (or at least a wee nap”) […]
Life is a Dream (or at least a wee nap)
What is real? When we’re awake? Or when we’re asleep. A Dublin business has spent twenty years carefully crafting her company, her position, her identity. No one questions her role. She gets the business. She gets the revenue. She pays the salaries. She is in control of all, until a memory from the past […]
Chaos and Old Night
Dublin. Rain. Business. Money. Power. Two lost souls wandering the streets and getting wet. A first look at a new show on an old subject with a classic approach. Cast, in order of appearance: Kota Fudauchi – Chaos Michelle Thomas-Hanson – Old Night [22671.p1]
The Japanese “Yes”
Fancy Club. Fatty Foods. Formal Music in the Background. This is where business is done. Or where we believe business is done. Or perhaps where we pretend that something like business might be done on a good day with a favorable wind. Three investors try to out bluff each other. Cast, in order of […]
Bread Crumbs. Paths we find for ourselves. Paths we leave for others. The lessons we learn along the way. The gratitude we find with each step. A monologue of an African American Family history by Geoffrey Grier of San Francisco Recovery Theatre in collaboration with AfroSolo. A Studio Version of the live performance at Potrero […]
What holds friends together? Common background? Common history? A common vision of what they are? Three friends explore the different roles they have with each other. They are moving into adulthood. They are shaping their lives and their identities. They also suddenly realize how delicate their common bonds may be. A New Audio Drama From […]
Smart. Witty. Informative.
As a young professional working in both DC/Silicon Valley, this series is a part of my weekly routine. The series presents a compelling narrative about trends/theories in modern organizations, drawing interesting historical connections, presented by a growing cast of relatable characters who will earn your laughs with biting social commentary. For example, you should prepare to “walk the hallways” of Silicon Valley's Lillian M. Gilbreth Preschool for the Young Innovative Entrepreneur.