Music & Lyrics by Britt Bonney

In 1955, two women were arrested on Montgomery buses for violating segregation law. One went on to be called the Mother of the Civil Rights movement, have her bones interred in the National Cathedral, and have her name taught to every American schoolchild as a symbol of the best of us. The other works as a nurse’s aid in the Bronx.

With its blues- and rock-infused score, MONTGOMERY puts you on the ground at the birth of the civil rights movement.  When 15-year-old Claudette Colvin is arrested on a bus, Montgomery's civil rights leaders are breaking down her door, intent on using her case as the catalyst for a city-wide bus boycott.  But is Claudette too young, poor, and too dark-skinned to unite the community in protest? When the mild-mannered, light-skinned Rosa Parks is arrested, the boycott is on, and Claudette all but forgotten - until a new court case gives her one more chance to make history...


Malinda Logan, Anna Anderson,

Holden Berryman, Jayson Kerr, Sharaé Moultrie, Crystal Walker-Subramaniam, Brian E. Long




by Alison Lowenstein

Is there really a seven-year-itch? Jess and Will have been married for seven years, when Jess stays in the city to work over the summer and her husband Will, a stay-at-home dad, housesits at the beach with their son. While in the city, Jess finds herself drawn to a younger man staying at an AirBnb in her building. Scratch explores the pressures of modern day marriage, gender roles, and the fragile nature of relationships.


Zoe Anatsassiou, Keith Varney, Anna Anderson, Bianca Roses, Teresa Hui, Molly Chiffer, Max Halpert, Garret Lyons




Music and Lyrics by Eliot Bailen

Book by David Bailen

After a botched surgery, a beloved King starts making very odd requests. A group of townspeople become suspicious, and take it upon themselves to make things right again.



Music by Andrew Monohan

Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa

Book by

Andrew Monohan & June Rachelson-Ospa

Brian and Abby are childhood friends.  A series of tragic deaths lead them to separate lives.  Reunited in their thirties, both are keeping secrets from each other.  A car crash leaves them between heaven and earth and their parents, Daniel and Liza return to help them find true love in a life versus death shared dream