|June 24, 2019||10:00 AM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
A lonely, gay 13-year-old reflects on his complicated love for his volatile sister, the night she humiliated him, and her disappearance from their small, Southern town.
After he’s been cast as a background tree (again!) in his annual middle-school play, an ambitious and imaginative Israeli immigrant boy leads a revolution onstage that his intolerant drama teacher will never forget.
A comic fantasy about two children, one in 1918, the other in 2018, who magically communicate across time through messages in a bottle and help solve each other’s problems.
One day Ahmed, employed at the public baths and nearing retirement, encounters Mike, a teenager adrift. Inside the bathhouse walls, in a place on the verge of disappearing, a strange relationship will develop between these two fractured souls.
A middle-aged couple with young children sees their life shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street.