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a literacy/theater project developed with Boulder Valley School District, bringing Sandra Cisneros' lush novel "The House on Mango Street" to life at the Boulder Public Library's Canyon Theater for middle school audiences. Launching Fall 2016.
FAITH by James McLindon
World Premiere directed by Pesha Rudnick
The Dairy Center for the Arts
November 21-December 6
In a suburban American home, a religious fanatic is coming of age. 13-year-old outcast Simon is the only child of single mom (and apostate) Theresa, and is desperate to be deemed God's prophet. So when a beautiful Harbinger of the Lord appears to him outside the Walmart, why does Simon's faith begin to erode? Funny and charming, provocative and absorbing, the award-winning James McLindon spurs us to question (and, perhaps, affirm) our own faith. LOCAL Lab 2014 Selection
LOCAL LAB 2016
Where new plays come to grow.
March 11-13 at eTown Hall
EDITOR'S PICK, 2015
Boulder Weekly's Best of Boulder
by Meridith Friedman
Fall 2016 National New Play Network
Rolling World Premiere
"I have a black wife. That's like the equivalent of having ten black friends. I'm like basically black by association."
As Gaby prepares for public appearances supporting her husband, Patrick, in his bid for governor, the campaign is hit with impending scandal. Information surfaces regarding Patrick's participation in a racist dare during a college hazing rite. The campaign wheels spin to save his image. With headlines and media conferences pressing in on them, Gaby is poised on a fulcrum where the personal becomes explosively political. LOCAL Lab 2015 Selection
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