Comprised of Act Without Words I, Breath, That Time and
Rockaby, this site-specific tour led the audience in and
around the 140,000 sf Old American Can Factory complex
in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Rooftops, stairwells and a basement
lake provided a distinct and evocative environment for
An eight-minute play by Samuel Beckett produced site-specifically
in an empty Chicago home.
Eugene Ionesco's wildly adventurous re-imagination of Shakespeare's
classic in premiere translation by Gavin Witt. Joseph Jefferson
Award Winner for Excellence in Sound Design.
A short film starring Alan Tudyk and Amy Sedaris. Screenplayt
by Will Eno, based on his stage play TRAGEDY: a tragedy.
How to Be Sawed in
Hurt McDermott's poetic look at the final performance of
a failed magician and his lovely assistant, in site-specific
production at Chicago's 900-seat Athenaeum Theatre.
Katie Taber's premiere adaptation of the haunting contemporary
French novel by Emmanuel Carrère.
A 20-minute Samuel Beckett short performed in a store window
on a busy Chicago street.
The Enduring Legend
of Marinka Pinka and Tommy Atomic
Romanian writer Oana Cajal's darkly comic portrayal of a
fictional refugee relocation center.
BLOOD LINE: The
Sophocles' Oedipus the King and Antigone presented as act
one and act two, in premiere translations by Nicholas Rudall.
After Dark Award Winners for both Outstanding Production
and Best New Translation.
Adapted from La Douleur, Marguerite Duras' World War II memoir
of her time in Nazi-occupied Paris – presented in
Bombs in the Ladies
A site-specific multimedia work based on true accounts of
six convicted women terrorists and their captivity in experimental
A lush and sexually charged interpretation of Jean Genet's
masterpiece, performed in the cave-like basement of Chicago's
The company's inaugural production, collaboratively developed
and directed by the founding members.