Coming Back for Me, written by Amy da Luz, directed by Chloe Anderson, with actors:
- Dorothy – Laquana Henny
- Shasta – Bonnie Williams
- Matthew – Danny Mullins
- SYNOPSIS: A cubicle-worker named Dorothy discovers her muse later in her life. She spends hours secretly building strangely-wonderful sculptures in her basement – hiding her art from her “otherwise-normal” family. Will Dorothy be able to accept her art if her family doesn’t?
Reunion, written by Lynn Hall, directed by Jorie Slodki, with actors:
- Merrett – Elaine Quagliata
- Paddy – Ron Lopez
- Sallie – Rita Hewell
- Tease – Freyja Helmer-Sindemark
- Tori – Emily Chiola
- Will – Will Harris
- Mike – Joel McLaughlin
- SYNOPSIS: Tease is producing a newly-discovered play written by her husband, a local theater patriarch who recently passed away. She reunites her husband’s favorite performers to portray the characters – most with mixed emotions about the man’s legacy. As someone who seemed to be stuck under her husband’s shadow, what story does Tease intend to tell?
Seven Bridges Road, written by Marilynn Barner Anselmi, directed by Rebecca Jackson-Artis, with actors:
- Linda – Terri Banks
- Jenna – Sarah Richardson
- Mom 1 – Germona Sharp
- Mom 2 – Edith Berry
- Mom 3 – Laquana Henny
- Mom 4 – Karen Sims
- Sheriff – Gerald Rubin
- SYNOPSIS: Based on true events, Linda’s daughter is one of nine unsolved cases that span several years involving missing African-American women in Rocky Point, North Carolina. When a white woman, Jenna’s mother, is murdered, the killer was apprehended in less-than-a-day. With a local government that is not interested in protecting all of its citizens, can a happenstantial meeting between Jenna and Linda make any difference?
The Shackles of Liberty, written by Wim Coleman, directed by Noelle Azarelo, with actors:
- Thomas Jefferson – Laura J Parker
- Sally Hemings – Jamila Curry
- Maria Cosway – Liz Webb
- Patsy Jefferson – Teal Lepley
- SYNOPSIS: Sally Hemings is living with her master (and lover) Thomas Jefferson in revolutionary France. Overhearing Jefferson discussing the “rights of men” leads Sally to examine her own relationship with Jefferson and her place in his world. Jefferson is eager to return to America, but Sally knows she has no future back there. Does she have the power to demand a future from him?
White Dress – Red Bandana, written by Susan Steadman, directed by Michael Parker, with actors:
- Pamela – Sarah Richardson
- Will – Jason Christ
- SYNOPSIS: Pamela and Will have always known each other. Since their first play date, it seems the two are destined to grow together forever. After all, in a boy-meets-girl story, the boy and girl should never grow apart. But are growing together and growing apart mutually-exclusive paths?