Fefu and Her Friends

by María Irene Fornés

directed by Tony Adams

August 18 through October 8, 2016
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 6pm

Chicago Tribune "...shattering our expectations about both conventional drama and the trajectory of women's relationships..."

On a spring New England day in 1935, Fefu invites seven women into her home. Traveling through Fefu’s home with her closest friends, we see intimate glimpses of their complicated relationships. Fefu believes she can shape the world around her. They plan to rehearse a play for a charity event. Can she create a community? Or will their individual versions of womanhood destroy each other?

dirty butterfly

by debbie tucker green

directed by Azar Kazemi

a co-production with The Blind Owl

November 10 through December 10, 2016

Jason spends his nights with his ear pressed against the bedroom wall listening to the noises from Jo’s deeply troubled world next door. Amelia also hears into Jo’s world from her side of the wall and takes to sleeping downstairs to drown it all out. Soon all three are caught up in a blur of voyeuristic confessions and must confront the violence they cannot escape.