2021-2022

Women In Theatre Festival 2022

Close (But Not Too Close!) accepted in the New York Indie Theatre Film Festival

2020-2021

Tiny Barn Theatre Arrives

Planet of the Grapes Live

Zoom Plays: Reading Series

Sitting and Talking

The One and Only Amanda Palmer

All Hands On Deck

Women In Theatre 2020-2021

2019-2020

Women in Theatre Festival 2019

2018-2019

Trump Lear is Project Y’s “underground hit”

Women in Theatre Festival 2018

2017-2018

Women in Theatre Festival 2017

LIFE by Charles Mee

Trump Lear

2016-2017

Queer Plays Reading Series

Landmarks and TRANSformations

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Women in Theatre Festival (WiT)

Connected

2015-2016

Parity Plays

NY New Playwright Festival 3

Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl)

2014-2015

“TechnoPlays” Production

The Religion Thing

Techno Plays Reading Series

2013-2014

A User’s Guide to Hell, featuring Bernard Madoff

2nd NY New Playwright Festival

Play With Your Food Video Project

The Feminine Mystique Reading Series

2011-2012

HOLY COW! Reading Series

SITE/SIGHT SPECIFIC Video Project

GOODNESS

LoveSick or Things That Don’t Happen

2010-2011

The Revival

Racey Plays Reading Series

NY New Playwright Festival

2009-2010

Confessionals Video Project

FUBAR

Kick Ass Plays by Bad Ass Women Reading Series

2008-2009

The Launch Fundraiser

Weddings, Phone Calls & Perverts Reading

Therese Raquin Desire

2007-2008

Jude’s Law Reading

2002-2003

Sinking Up

White Biting Dog

Showcase!

2001-2002

In the Boom Boom Room

The Crackwalker

Savage/Love

Italian American Reconciliation

1999-2001

Scapism

Lion in the Streets

The Crackwalker

By Judith Thompson

Directed by Michole Biancosino

Set in a run down town Canadian town, The Crackwalker focuses on the everyday happenings of Theresa, a mentally disabled woman with a reputation for promiscuity, and Alan, the sensitive, confused romantic who falls in love with her. Their lives take a turn for the worse when Theresa gives birth to a baby she is incapable of caring for, and Alan has trouble holding a job and being the sole ‘adult’ in the family.

passion, noise, and thunder…the writing, acting, and directing offer an unflinching look at the dark and violent realities of the lives of marginalized people….frightening and sympathetic
-The Washington Blade

Credit the director and the cast for finding so much humor-and humanity-amid so much grit….[they] strike the balance effectively between moments of comedy and poignancy.” 
-The Washington Post

Produced at the District of Columbia Arts Center (DCAC)

Cast: Tyson Lien, Andrew Smith, Suzanne Richard, Krista Welter, Gbenga Akinnagbe