Hopscotch

About the Production Hopscotch by Israel Horovitz was presented September 1st–4th, 2017. About the Play A young man and a young woman meet, apparently by chance, in a park playground overlooking Lake Quannapowitt. Their conversation, at first, is casual and impersonal—like strangers meeting for the first time. But gradually subtle hints emerge, suggesting that the two have indeed known each other before and, perhaps, better than either cares to remember. Soon, a shattering truth is revealed, explaining the scars and bitterness of a shared loss that has done irrevocable damage to them both. Cast… Read More

Shakespeare Translate: Romeo & Juliet

About the Production Shakespeare Translate: Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare and Google Translate was presented on February 10th, 2017 at Pace University. It was livestreamed on our Facebook page. Facebook Livestream Production Photos About the Play As created by Sophia Carlin, Sarah Hurley, and Melissa Ingle, they ask the question “What happens when you put Shakespeare’s work through Google Translate umpteen times?” By deconstructing language and music, examining how we interpret classical text in the 21st century, and by allowing Shakespearian text to let loose and be funny, we hope our audiences… Read More