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Brothers Paranormal

Oct 18 – Nov 10, 2019

The Brothers Paranormal tells the story of two Thai-American brothers who launch a ghost-hunting business in order to capitalize on the nationwide increase in sightings of Asian-looking ghosts. When the siblings end up investigating the home of an African American couple who claim to be haunted by one very terrifying spirit, everyone’s notions of reality, fantasy, and sanity clash against the shocking truth. At times haunting, at times hilarious, The Brothers Paranormal serves as a powerful metaphor for grief, loss, and healing among communities of color.
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A Very Bryan Chrystmas 13: How the Grinch Culturally Appropriated Christmas

Nov 29 - Dec 22, 2019

Join us for a good dose of holiday spirit and cheer as we explore (comedically) what the holidays mean across different cultures and how traditions evolve! Bryan personally curated and contributed to the material, produced and directed 12 episodes of this annual event. This variety show will feature work from some of the best past contributors: playwrights Eric Pfeffinger, Daniel Guyton, Kenyon Brown and Mark Harvey Levin, musical director Tim Brickley, and choreographer Mariel Greenlee.
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Salt Pepper Ketchup

Jan 10– Jan 26, 2019

A layer of bulletproof glass won’t protect Superstar Chinese Take-Out owners from the gentrification consuming the Point Breeze neighborhood in South Philly. By African American playwright, Joshua Wilder. When a trendy food co-op opens nearby, the Wu’s and their customers initially see it as a hipster annoyance, but as tensions mount they begin to recognize the intrusion as an act of war. Tinged with genuine humor and pathos, Salt Pepper Ketchup examines the very human consequences of neighborhood redevelopment.
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The Cake

Mar 6 - 22, 2020

Della makes cakes, not judgment calls – those she usually leaves to her husband, Tim. When the girl she helped raise comes back home to North Carolina to get married, she couldn’t be more thrilled… until she discovers the fiancé is actually a fiancée. She can’t make The Cake for such a same-sex wedding, can she? For the first time in her life, this is a decision Della will have to make for herself.
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May 8 - 24, 2020

Winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize. “…dazzling and ruthless… one of the most exquisitely and systematically arranged ambushes of an unsuspecting audience in years. …The Frasier family is gearing up for Grandma’s birthday, meaning Beverly is having a panic attack and nobody is helping with dinner. Plus, the radio’s on the fritz, her sister Jasmine is drinking, her husband Dayton isn’t helping, her brother Tyrone might not show up at all, and her daughter Keisha is being a typical teenager. As Beverly’s hostess-neurosis begins to get the better of her, we find that everything may not be as it seems… even the audience!
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July 10 - 26, 2020

Lucia, a Mexican-born novelist, finds herself an outsider on a predominantly white-male set when she lands her first TV writing job. Lucia quickly befriends the only other Latino around, a janitor named Abel who was born and raised in California. As Abel begins to share the authenticity and humor of his life experiences, his stories somehow start making their way into her scripts and is faced with the difficult question – has her success changed who she is? Fade is a powerful play about class, race, and representation within and beyond the Latino community.
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