Now accepting submissions for the 4th Annual ‘What She Said: One Act Festival’ in March 2020!

The What She Said Festival is an evening of 5-8 short plays and monologues written by women playwrights celebrating women and what they have to say. And, YOU are invited to submit your work(s) any time between now and January 15! We’re seeking short plays and monolouges written by women and those identifying as women […]

The Santaland Diaries

David Sedaris is a bestselling author of titles such as Calypso and Me Talk Pretty One Day, but also a regular contributor to The New Yorker. He is known for his snarky realism and blunt overview of life. The Santaland Diaries is no different. This essay comes from a true account of Sedaris’ two-year stint […]

Now accepting film submissions for #SSFF2020

This year’s Short Shorts Film Festival is going to be particularly exciting because it’s celebrating its 15th year on January 18, 2020. This festival started in the Play Ground black box theatre in 2005 and has grown to become a local favorite and sold-out event. When we started, we were the only short film festival […]

Your Guide to Fully Experience the ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’

Enter the kinky rock ‘n’ roll science fiction world with Brad and Janet as they encounter Dr. Frank ’N’ Furter, a transvestite in rhinestone heels from another planet, backed by their band of singing and dancing Transylvanians. Mixing horror satire with crazy dance numbers, musical spoofs, glitter and corsets, this is a party that’s sure […]

Dracula: The Legend Comes to Life

  Blood-drinkers, vampires, nosferatu; the stories of blood-sucking vampires have been around so long that they actually predate Christianity. These numerous tales were expansive in its reach, as every country had its own legend. Bram Stoker, an Irish novelist, was the first to create a book about a specific vampire. The year is 1890. Bram […]

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