United Solo 2012
DEATH IN VENICE IN FIRST PERSON by Rory Lance
A new one-person adaptation of Thomas Mann's classic tale of Aschenbach's summer holiday and how it quickly becomes a journey of self-discovery and an exploration of the very depths of loneliness and obsession.
LINDA LOVELY GOES TO BROADWAY by Ann Morrison
Broadway veteran Ann Morrison finds profound truth and beauty in her friend and colleague Linda, a highly creative woman with Down syndrome, who teaches deep lessons with simplicity and love.
Personal stories about writer/performer Zoe Weil's life as a humane educator and her challenges living according to the MOGO (most good) principle to do the most good and the least harm to herself, other people, animals, and the environment.
ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF EVERYTHING by Tim Collins
A desperate anger management counselor expounds the wisdom of The Dog Whisperer while Frodo and Hitler wage war on a Starbuck's condiment bar; six conflicted characters grapple with the vicissitudes of contemporary masculinity.
THE ECHOES OFF THE WALL UNDERGROUND ARE LOUDER THAN YOUR FOOTSTEPS ABOVE ME by Anthony Nikolchev
A man, salesman, an Orpheus of Dostoevsky’s creation and Witkacy’s nightmare, selling what people don’t need in a time when people have nothing until the unbearable happens, taking the audience through a schizophrenic waltz on the precipice of the recession.
Outstanding plays from the annual festival of solo performance