Summertime is a Fleetwood Mac inspired musical adaptation of Charles L. Mee’s original work. The story follows James as he finds himself within a strange, new environment filled with a diverse cast of characters; one of whom he becomes deeply infatuated with, Tessa. Experience James’s struggle as love proves itself to be more complicated than he originally bargained for.
Two brothers on a weekend fishing holiday unexpectedly meet up with two sisters.
The Boneyard Man chronicles the (mis)adventures of LePage Cranbrook, a wealthy dilettante who becomes a sinister vigilante in order to lay a fast, hard thumping on the criminal underworld. Only longtime friend and companion Margery Road and a few dozen other people know of Cranbrook’s alter ego.
Early one morning, Tyler receives an email from a friend who, while visiting an art gallery in England, made a stunning discovery. Hanging in the gallery was a 19th century painting depicting a small band of soldiers huddled together after a winter battle in the Crimean War. In the middle of that crowd stands a beaten soldier who bears a striking and eerily lifelike resemblance to Tyler.The Roll Call is the remarkable story of a man who embarks on a journey through artifice in an attempt to understand his life as an artist.
An interactive performance that takes you back in time.
The building that is now home to The ARTS Project used to be known as the Hawthorn’s Hotel. Thousands of guests have spent the night and many of their spirits still linger. Two awful events have torn a gap in the fabric of time: the Reid’s Crystal Hall Disaster (eight people perished when the building next door collapsed onto this one) and the unsolved murder of a young laundress named Daisy Bottoms.
In this new play, you are the detective and are stepping back into the Hawthorn’s Hotel. With sixteen stations dispersed throughout the building, explore the premises to solve the mystery.
Travel back to 19th century Lucan-Biddulph and learn about the famous feud between local vigilantes and the Donnelly clan. Follow the crooked signpost down the Roman Line to hear ghostly tales of mayhem and anarchy that culminate in a terrifying evening with murderous results.
Master abstract expressionist Mark Rothko has just landed the biggest commission in the history of modern art, a series of murals for New York’s famed Four Seasons Restaurant. In the two fascinating years that follow, Rothko works feverishly with his young assistant, Ken, in his studio on the Bowery. But when Ken gains the confidence to challenge him, Rothko faces the agonizing possibility that his crowning achievement could also become his undoing. Raw and provocative,Red is a searing portrait of an artist’s ambition and vulnerability as he tries to create a definitive work for an extraordinary setting.
As Joan copes with cancer treatment and the possibility of her own death, her adult children, Jamie and Gabe, are forced to confront their own beliefs. Meanwhile, in the farthest reaches of deep space, two lost explorers find each other.
Lovelash — Two words, compounded, defined as the emotional distress following the end of a romantic relationship…
Lovelash follows the romantic misadventures of a group of friends in the early 1990s in a small-town local dive bar, The Mack Shack. Dan is a compassionate, but awkward man who just lost his wife and is trying to get back in the game. Trey is a lady’s man who’s boasting to the world that he’s single, despite the fact that he’s in a loving long-distance relationship. Nat is in love with her oblivious best friend but cannot muster the courage to admit it to him. Finally, Carter is infatuated with his ex-girlfriend, who wants absolutely nothing to do with him. Through catchy tunes and cheesy ’90s references, this group of friends embark on a soul-sucking quest to cure their own symptoms of what can only be described as…Lovelash!