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These Walls

Book and Lyrics by Caitlin Collins, Music by Matthew Lowy

It's moving-day, and newly married Liz and Jeff burst into their first home with one another, full of hopeful anticipation. On a separate plane of reality thirty-five years in the future, older Jeff and Liz perform a final sweep as they prepare to move out. The timelines interweave in an exploration of love, loss, and the true meaning of home.

Cast Members: Leana Rae Concepcion as Young Liz, Daniel Scott Walton as Young Jeff, Melody Butiu as Liz, and Drew McVety as Jeff.


Pigeons Mate for Life

Book and Lyrics by Joan Saltzman, Book and Music by Andrew Underberg

Girl with pigeon meets boy with pigeon. Pigeon meets pigeon. The pigeons mate for life. With the boy and the girl, it’s more complicated.

Cast Members: Victoria Beaudoin as Jane, and Evan Coles as Santino, her pigeon.


Cola'o: A Bilingual Trova

Music by Pedro Emanuel Franco Fraticelli, Lyrics & Book by Paloma Sierra

Two lovers – each with contrary opinions about Puerto Rican national identity – uncover how to prepare “authentic” coffee.

Cast Members: Kimberly García Irizarry as Voice for Rene, and Christian García Roque as Voice for Alex. Portrayed by Lauren Maria Medina and Gerardo Navarro



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Letters From May

Music by Kristoffer Bjarke, Lyrics by Kara Cutruzzula

What does it mean to be a creator? What happens when reality doesn't align with your expectations? And most importantly, what do you have to leave behind?

Cast Members: Susannah Jones as May Dalton, Gina Cutruzzula as Ensemble 1, Kade Morrill as Ensemble 2, Ezioma Asonye as Ensemble 3, and Eric Cotti as Ensemble 4.


Humpty's Hatching Day

Music by Steve Wallace, Book and Lyrics by Kenny Harmon

Everyone knows how Humpty Dumpty’s story ended, but why did he climb the wall in the first place?  Spend 10 minutes with Humpty, his best friend Jack Sprat, and a few of Humpty’s other friends on the most important day of his life.

Cast Members: Chester Gregory as Humpty, Esjae as Jack, Angela S. Arnold (Asa) as Jill, Chuck Burks as Black Sheep, and Kaylin Lee Clinton as Itsy Bitsy.



Book and Lyrics by Gabrielle Mirabella, Music by Ernie Bird

A musical adaptation of Jack & Jill starring two hungry, little girls stuck at the bottom of society, and their highly demanding mistress. Set to a post-soviet, contemporary musical-theatre score, Rise mixes dark themes such as violence and poverty with lightning-fast physical comedy.

Cast Members: Emily Anne Goes as Jill, and Sophie Moshofsky as Jackie.

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Land Acknowledgement


Our office is on the original homeland of the Munsee Lenape tribal nation. Theatre Now acknowledges the painful history of genocide and forced removal from this territory, and we honor and respect the many diverse Indigenous peoples still connected to this land on which we and our artists live and work.


As an organization and as artists, we often gather in virtual space. Take a moment to consider the legacies of colonization embedded within the technologies, structures, and ways of thinking we use every day. We are using equipment and high-speed internet not available to all communities. Even the technologies that are central to much of the art we make leave significant carbon footprints, contributing to changing climates that disproportionately affect indigenous peoples worldwide. Theatre Now invites you to join us in acknowledging all this as well as our shared responsibility: to make good of this time, and for each of us to consider our roles in reconciliation, decolonization, antiracism, and allyship.