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Set deep in a Florida swamp, The Arsonists is a father-daughter tale of grief, loss and redemption. Inspired by Greek tragedy and Southern Gothic fiction, The Arsonists is a contemporary American myth that explores the relationship between parent and child in that small space between death and life, the last breath before the awakening. Currently nominated for the Weissberger Award and the Blackburn Prize, The Arsonists will be part of the Kennedy Center's 2015 Page-to-Stage Festival and NNPN's National New Play Showcase 2015. Photograph by Karolina Pawelczyk on Flickr Creative Commons.
Beneath the earth’s surface, #1 and #2 labor to turn the crank that makes the world spin. However, when the crank refuses to budge and the surface-dwellers begin to sprout beaks and feathers, #1 and #2 become suspicious that things are about to change. A new 45-minute comedy about the end of the world and the beginning of enlightenment. Or something like it. A commission from Tiny Dynamite, Mantle will world premiere in 2016. Photo by Patrick Buechner on Flickr Creative Commons.
When racial tensions come to a boiling point in a Florida town, even an accident can have paralyzing consequences; Slip/Shot is a heartbreaking drama about violence, fear, and our need to move forward. Winner of the 2012 Barrymore Award for Outstanding New Play and the Brown Martin Award and developed at the PlayPenn Conference and Lark's Playwrights Week.