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Red Paint


by Brooke Lindley

October 20th-22nd, 2023

Bell Linden is a writer who mainly writes fiction but she decided to take the jump and write about her experiences being bisexual and biracial. Although she feels like it should be easy because it is her life she is coming to terms how it feels to not be enough or always wanting more.

Shedding The Antlers

by Eric Braman

February 15th-25th, 2024

Dani is experiencing an identity crisis that weighs heavy on their mind, body, and spirit when White, a white-tail deer, appears in their home. White pulls Dani into a warehouse of memories where Dani explores the intricacies of their identity and fights for the confidence to become their true self. Shedding the Antlers is a Queer theatrical exploration of memory, remembrance, and the moments that drive us toward liberation.

Green Leaves


by Dawn Richberg

April 4th-14th, 2024

When an interracial lesbian couple is ready to have a baby and decide to get pregnant using a sperm donor, they face challenges and roadblocks when it seems everyone–family, friends, even near strangers–wants to have a say in how they should proceed and whose donor sperm they should use.

Blue Skies

Turnover: A New Leaf

by David Quang Pham

May 9th-19th, 2024

A floral-herbal musical centering the transformation of two neighboring businesses: FigLeaf, a queer nightclub, and Salontro, an immigrant family-owned beauty salon. Set in Dirty City, Malus Crabapple is the nightclub owner who sees immigrants as invasive while Rau Răm is a Green Card holder who teaches her natural-born citizen son Parsley that queerness is unnatural. When Pyrus visits town to spend the summer with their uncle Malus, Parsley befriends Pyrus and starts showing his queer self (his mother’s transgression). TURNOVER plants coming-of-age themes of family dynamics, performative activism, body image, and the duality between nature versus nurture.

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