Give Me Moonlight

February 7–16, 2020 at Motor House

By Ariel Mitchell


A surreal journey through the lonely places of 20th century America.

Some sorrow has to be shared. Give Me Moonlight is about the sorrow that is so deep that it can barely be felt let alone acknowledged in the bright light of day.

Variations on Vision

June 19–28, 2020 at Motor House

For the 16th straight year, The Variations Project will take the stage with a fabulous group of world premiere 10-minute plays by local authors. Click on the Variations tab to learn more.


Oct. 23–Nov. 1, 2020 at Motor House

By Angelina Weld Grimké

A foremother of the Harlem Renaissance, Grimké wrote her play in 1916 as a defiant reply to the release of DW Griffith's film "Birth of a Nation". First produced in Washington, DC by the NAACP and published in 1920, it is a scalding view of racism, personal loss, and the high price of truth.

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