Spring 2016 - Closed - Thank you to all who attended!
Zeph, Kegan, and Janice are young people living day-by-day in the Shambles, a lawless land shut out of the privileged, fortressed Tower. Mel, Zeph and Kegan's father, has succumbed to a mysterious illness afflicting only adults. It’s hard to be a young person here—in this world of haves and have-nots, they must navigate a set of ever-changing rules, and determine who is friend or foe on their heroic journey to Sanctuary. Inspired by Greek mythology and community input, Sight Unseen is sure to fire imaginations, exploring themes of power, allegiance, and our responsibility to past and future generations. This highly-anticipated prequel reunites the playwright and director from 2014’s critically-acclaimed Spark.
Winter 2015 - Closed - Thank you to all who attended!
Written, directed, and performed by comedian Elizardi Castro, Made In Puerto Rico draws inspiration from his childhood, family, and his time as an attorney, creating a "spanglish" riot of laughter.
Fall 2015 - Closed - Thank you to all who attended!
Follow Nick and his family as they depart Homeland for a new future in America, battling bullies, making friends, and learning a strange new language. Being the "new kid" can be tough, but Nick quickly discovers that friendship speaks every language. New Kid is presented in collaboration with the North Park University Department of Theatre and Performance Studies.