by Geoffrey Nauffts
Directed by Scott Keel;
Featuring: Dwight Chiles, Courtney DeGennaro, Kay Galvin, Michael Lilly, Paul Gallaher, Sean David Robinson
This timely and compelling play forces us all to examine what it means to "believe" and what it might cost us not to. The New York Times calls it “A smart, sensitive, immensely appealing and utterly contemporary New York comedy."
The Production benefits Land of The Sky United Church of Christ
November 6-22, 2014
Written by Marsha Jackson
Featuring: Kirby Gibson, and Cyd Smith
Sisters provides an intriguing chronicle of the relationship between two African-American women who represent opposite ends of the “color spectrum”. Darker skinned Olivia spends her days in an executive office on the 20th floor, while lighter skinned Cassie spends hers in a housekeeping uniform. Despite the fact they they have met only in passing, the seemingly irrational contempt they share denotes a long history neither of them may consciously recognize.
The Production benefits The Center for Participatory Change
August 8-24, 2014
Written by Diana Son
Directed by Hope Lake Spragg
Featuring Steph Hickling Beckman, Tracey Johnston-Crum, Lucia Del Vecchio, David Ely, Scott Fisher, and Paul Gallaher
Stop Kiss is a poignant and often funny play about the ways, both sudden and slow, that lives can change irrevocably. Diana Son's imaginative, moving, and surprising comedy brings audiences -- and her principal characters -- to unexpected places.
This Production Benefits The Asheville City Schools Foundation: Emily Eliot Gaines Memorial Scholarship
March 1-17, 2014
by David Auburn
Proof premiered in 2000, earning critical acclaim for it’s sensitive portrayal of a brilliant young woman haunted by both the mathematical genius of her father, and the mental illness she feels she may have inherited from him.
March 10-20, 2014
Written by Sara Ruhl
Directed by CJ Breland; Featuring: Sonia Rose D'Andrea, Kat Brandao, Kelly Christianson, Althea Gonzalez, Peter Millis
The Clean House is a theatrical and wildly funny play which takes a whimsical and poignant look at class, comedy and the true nature of love.
The Production benefits Ladies Night Out
February 6-22, 2014
by Rodney Smith
Directed by Rodney Smith
Featuring: Paul Gallaher, Kirby Gibson, Tracey Johnston-Crum, Cary Nichols, and Trinity Smith
Table 6 is the Witty and fast-paced story of four women gathered for what is supposed to be a festive engagement party. But preconceptions and misconceptions abound.
*2014 Fringe Festival, January 23-25, 2014