ANNOUNCING THE 5 PLAYS TO BE PERFORMED THIS YEAR IN LIVING ON THE EDGE XII: SHOULD HAVE SAID:
by Kristin Andrea Hanratty
What happens at a dinner party when people stop being polite and start being real?
by G.M. "Bud" Thompson
wake up in the morning and feel like a "new person"? Maybe you actually
are. What if, gathered somewhere, there's a different version of you,
one for every day of your life, waiting for their day to arrive.
Something Not So...Violent
by Brad Sytsma
say a dog is man's best friend, but what happens when that dog isn't so
friendly? When Adam's less than loveable dog runs away, he enlists the
help of his mother and girlfriend to conduct the search for the missing
canine. As the search grows long, tempers rise, tension grows, and
secrets start flying. There's more at work than meets the eye in this
comedy about a boy, his dog, and the women who love him.
Take Out, Tinder, and Other Such Things
by Sandra McCloy
accidentally has two dates from Tinder come over on the same night. In a
farcical manner, she attempts to pull them both off at the same time.
Things don't end well, and lots of wine is consumed.
by Cassandra DeVries
your first date? The nerves? Worrying about what to talk about? What if
you knew what your date was thinking the entire time (and maybe even
the wait staff)?
Join us, JUNE 4-6, in the Spectrum Theater Black Box; all shows begin at 8PM! Tickets go On-Sale Soon!