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Join us for Lydia Blaisdell’s SHE BURIED THE PISTOL at La Jolla Playhouse’s WOW Festival 2019, October 17 - 20.

Through ritual, exorcism and excavation, She Buried the Pistol offers an intimate exploration of madness, gender, and family history.

More information HERE.


A Workshop Production of Baby Cakes

April 25 - 27, 2019 at Theaterlab.

Directed by Emma Miller

Featuring Shauna Bloom*, Marissa Carpio, Julia Greer, Mary E. Hodges*, Emma Kaye*, Drew Lewis*, Marina Morrissey*, Jenni Putney*.

Being new in town is hard. Helen, lost and lonely, decides to join a local bereavement group for women. Making friends there proves complicated, and bringing in baked goods and a shiny new perspective only raises suspicions. As the women learn more about each other and Helen, they must grapple with the exclusivity of loss and what it really means to be a mother. 

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a new play by Gracie Gardner

directed by Emma Miller

featuring Abby Awe, Julia Greer, Eva Ravenal and Carolyn Kettig*

Mary Wallace and Athena are brave, and seventeen, and fencers, and training for the Junior Olympics. They practice together, they compete against each other, they spend their lives together. They wish they were friends.


Set by Emmie Finckel

Lighting by Victoria Bain

Sound by Z Worthington

Costumes by Dara Affholter

Props by Jess Cummings

Fight Choreography by Ryan Bourque

Stage Manager Hanako Rodriguez

Press Representative Emily Owens PR

ATHENA is now available on Samuel French. Buy your copy today.


We presented a workshop of Shelby Green and Julia Greer's new play NURSE SLUTS at THE TANK as part of LADYFEST 2017 on August 10th. 

Three new military nurses are dropped into a war zone and thrown into action with the rest of their team. In a world where soldiers are sticks and blood is wine, they confront the parts of the job they didn’t sign up for. Full of movement, songs, drills, red carpet interviews, and magical healing through sexual pleasure, NURSE SLUTS is an inventive new play about women at war.

NURSE SLUTS is a rehearsed workshop directed by Emma Miller.

Featuring Alexandra Constas, Rachel Cunningham, Shelby Green, Julia Greer, Andrea Negrete, Niara Sena, and Sarah White

With Sara Gibbons as movement consultant, Emmie Finckel as a design consultant and sound design by Katherine Deal.


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Annie Lambert was murdered in the middle of her senior year. So her sisters of the Beta Tau Alpha sorority at SUNY Onondaga are memorializing her in the best way they know how: They're putting on a play. For Annie uses Greek chorus, pop music, dance, and a lot of glitter to explore grief, guilt, sisterhood, and what it means to remember.

A new play by Beth Hyland

Directed by Emma Miller

Featuring Bartley Booz, Elizabeth Colwell, Shelby Green, Julia Greer, Sammi Katz, Alex Najarian, Andrea Negrete, Ari Shapiro, Aliza Sotsky, Leila Teitelman, Laura Winters

Set Design by Emmie Finckel

Sound Design by Lauren Zoppo

Costume Design by Dara Affholter

Choreography by Lucia Knell

Production Stage Managed by Rachel Shaw

Stage Managed by Mia Carey

FOR ANNIE ran at LUCID BODY HOUSE from December 9, 2016 - January 15, 2017.


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Pose by rae Binstock

Directed by Whitney White

December 15, 2017

Featuring  Jessica Ko*, Cynthia Adler*, John Bambery*, Ben Beckley*, Zdenko Martin*, Olivia Khoshatefeh*, and Julia Greer

The job of a figure model is simple: strip, pose, and whatever you do, keep still. But when a veteran model finds herself sharing the stage with an opinionated newcomer, hot tempers and rash decisions explode into a chaotic conflict that renders peace impossible. POSE is a series of portraits chronicling a wild relationship, a fall from grace, and a glimpse of the light from the bottom of the well.


WILLIAMSBURG by Lizzie Stern

Directed by Molly Clifford

December 5, 2017

Featuring Briana Pozner*, Danny Wolohan*, Dominique Brillon, Keilly McQuail*, Nicole Villamil*, Sarah Sanders, Steven Robertson, and Courtney G. Williams

It’s 2019 in Brooklyn and the L train is shutting down. Since their childhoods, Sophie, Sam, and Lucy have watched their beloved Williamsburg change, but they’ve never witnessed anything quite like this. A horde of uberwealthy-DIY-microbrewing-horseriding pioneers conquers every block in the area, enforcing a rugged and puritanical lifestyle that is frighteningly familiar. As Williamsburg, Brooklyn becomes Colonial Williamsburg, our heroines search for a way to fight the most surreal wave of gentrification ever to hit New York.