***Coming in June 2019 to New York Summerfest, Political Animal: A group of short plays about the distortion of truth.
Following the death of his wife by a distracted driver, a man takes the law into his own hands by killing rude phone users.
A Cut Above
In this light musical comedy a man strives to become a mohel (a person who performs the Jewish rite of circumcision) despite the strong misgivings of family and friends.
Anything For My Daughter
A small town girl moves to New York and joins an elite soccer team, where she finds that class and privilege trump ability in this dark comedy.
Sign Of The Times
Dark mystery comedy examining Trump-era falsehoods. Featured at NY Summerfest 2018.
A series of six short, dark comedies that focus on repression and the distortion of truth as a means to political, social and economic ends.
A fanciful comedy about Homer’s quest for fame and fortune through his telling of the Greek epics.
The Wrath of Homer
Richard Deeds II has become the president of a New York City co-op board and furthers his self-aggrandizement by creating a building sign that is both enormous and enormously expensive. From there, things go poorly for him and the building.
A new play by Howard Zuckerman
Directed by Kristen Calgaro
Stage Managed by Kaelin Fuld
Featuring: Margaret Catov*, Garry De Mattei*, Jay Aubrey Jones*, and Christina Liang*
*appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
Sign of the Times was staged in August 2018 at the Hudson Guild Theater