2022 - 2023 Season


spring 2023


Directed By: Margit Edwards

Bruce Montgomery Theatre

Bulrusher by Eisa Davis delicately explores the intricacies of an emerging racial awareness and self-identity in a small, isolated, idyllic town in the redwood country north of San Francisco. Set in 1955 with the murder of Emmet Till distantly haunting the background, Bulrusher, is about an orphaned multiracial girl, with a gift for clairvoyance that makes her feel like a stranger even amongst the strange: the taciturn schoolteacher who adopted her, the madam who runs her brothel with a fierce discipline, the logger with a zest for horses and women, and a guitar-slinging boy who is after Bulrusher’s heart. Just when she thought her world might close in on her, she discovers an entirely new sense of self when a black girl from Alabama comes to town. In the process, a nuanced coming of age story, set within the complex interconnections of black, white, and indigenous people in US, is revealed.


Directed By: Rosemary Malague

Edinburgh Project

En garde! Can fierce competitors also be friends? Featuring onstage fencing and verbal repartee, this funny, fast-paced, touching play explores the lives of two teenage girls, as they attack and parry their way through junior year—and into their futures. 

fall 2022


Directed By: Marcia Ferguson

Bruce Montgomery Theatre

Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost love. With contemporary characters, plot twists, and a script written to be a playground for designers, the play is a fresh look at a timeless story.