Theatre (listed alphabetically)
Kitty in the Lane received much critical attention at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2014 and is the debut play by Irish playwright and actor Áine Ryan.
Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York and Los Angeles to the borderlands of Arizona.
Our hero is a stranger in a strange land. He finds himself running for his life in an alien landscape being pursued by something he can’t quite make out.
Award winning company Carte Blanche hits the road with Femme Fatale, inspired by the recent scandal involving the French president and actress Julie Gayet.
Le Chagrin des Ogres portrays a day unlike any other during which two teenagers will lose their share of childhood.
Directed by Ellen Sebastian Chang, Classic Black tells the true stories of 19th century African-Americans in pre-Civil War San Francisco.
Celebrating the contributions of three generations of Chinese immigrants who start the fishing industry in Monterey Bay.
Quantum Love focuses on desire as a constant matrix driving the action as each shared breath, word, and touch draws each character toward the others.
Erik is determined to leave his violent past behind and focus on his education. But the traditions at Stjärnsberg force him to make a choice–keep quiet and stay in line or fight back and oppose the system.
The Elephant in the Room features a large pachyderm-like entity who invisibly inhabits the stage, intriguing & confounding a cast of performers who dance, clown and sing their efforts to define it.
Armine, Sister refers to the history of the Armenian people in Anatolia and their near-extermination at the beginning of the 20th century.
Stories of confinement, love, trust, loyalty, and honour unfold through legends and heroes from 850 years ago.