An honest, horrible, and even humorous trip through one father's experience with stillbirth. Monodrama, 60 minutes.
Pictured: Brian Chandler Cook, Hartwick College
Two sisters travel through the trials, tribulations, and happy stories, learning to get along, and to find their own self-worth.
5 W, 60 minutes.
Photo by Steve Wagner. Pictured: Margi Herwald and Sarah Bogomolny, Talespinner Children's Theatre
Tangling Robin Hood, Snow White, and Shakespeare together with hilarious results, this tale tells the story of bumbling banditry, mixed-up secret identities, and unexpected friendship.
4 M, 2 W, 60 minutes.
Photo by Steve Wagner. Pictured: Shayla Gordon, Talespinner Children's Theatre
An homage to four pivotal moments in the history of classic vampire literature, this work describes the complete, two century epic of the vampire Aubrey Porlock. 1 W, 2 M, 60 minutes.
Pictured: Emily Pucell Czarnota, David Hansen Great Lakes Theater
Witness as a young doctor enters a mysterious coffee house, encountering an old flame, two musicians with a taste for blood, and the seeds of his own destruction. 2W, 3M, 70 minutes.
Photo by Sun Rakim Ali. Pictured: Maurice Adams, Brian Pedaci, Dobama Theatre
On the night before Christmas in 1905, Nemo’s head is full of magic as he dreams of a way to keep a play-date with his friend, the Princess of Slumberland. 3 W, 3 M, 45 minutes.
Photo by Steve Wagner. Pictured: Brian Ritchey, Chris Walker, Annie Perusek, Valerie C. Kilmer, Tim Keo, Lauren Smith, Talespinner Children's Theatre