For One Day by Ryan M. Gage
Mickey, a 16-year-old girl, visits her ailing grandfather with her dad one day at his assisted living home. She feels no connection to her grandfather, having rarely seen him as she grew up. Mickey’s father, Louis, struggles to connect with and understand his teenage daughter, who also struggles to understand her own family. He knows his own father, Papa, has limited time left and wants to make the most of it. Louis takes Mickey to visit her grandfather in hopes that she will get to know him as much as possible before he’s gone.
Storms, Sheets, and Show Tunes by Stacey Lane
On the stage of the Hartman Theatre in Columbus, Ohio, a director and stage manager (both deceased) struggle to fill the position of Theater Ghost to replace the retiring Dr. Samuel J. Hartman, who not only built the theater in life, but who has haunted it for nearly sixty years since his demise. His are big shoes to fill, and selection of available talent is sadly lacking.
Mornin', Son a' Mine by Tom Deiker
In this powerful drama, a mother makes a radical proposal to save the life of her suicidal son.
Back to Normal by Tom Moran
In a school psychiatrist's office, two parents meet with the psychiatrist and a federal official (She's from the government, and she's here to help) about the conduct and performance of their daughter at school. It seems she may suffer from Attention Surplus Disorder, making her a disruption in the classroom. Fortunately, with the right treatment, she can be brought "back to normal." Cheeky social satire.
WASP by Steve Martin
In the fractured landscape of 50s suburbia, a prototypical white protestant family exists in a dark limbo of expectation and routine. Mom is surrounded by people but deeply alone, dad speaks in delicious platitudes, and the children fear anything new. The play vibrates with satire and dark lyrical irony as the family meanders blindly toward catastrophe.
Post-Its (Notes on a Marriage) by Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman
Actress: Kelly Ahlman
A touching and funny homage to Love Letters. A husband and wife portray the entire story of their marriage by reading the sticky notes they left each other over a lifetime together.