Fear of Heights examines the American experience through the lens of Kevin’s Irish immigrant family. Flynn’s father and grandfather were both steelworkers and inspired the title of this work. Destined to be 3rd generation Ironworker a young man dreams of the bright lights of Hollywood instead.
Fear of Heights is a heartwarming and hilarious tale that examines what it means to be a man, and how one generation measures success relative to their forebears-themes that run throughout this “highly entertaining” biographical work.
Flynn is an award-winning stand-up comedian, actor, writer, producer and television host.
This multimedia performance explores the whimsical anima of model and performance-artist, Christa Päffgen, aka Nico. The decided priestess of gothic rock, Andy Warhol’s Superstar muse, sometime singer for the Velvet Underground.
A journey through Nico’s volatile relationships with her father, her son, and her lover/poet-mentor Jim Morrison, her initiation into fashion and the avant-garde, and struggle with addiction.
A psychedelic trip that seduces us to descend the rabbit hole of the twilight of Nico’s world. An intimate hallucinatory encounter into the essential nature of an artist-poet-icon.
One-Woman Wonder” Priyanka Shetty’s witty, dark comedy about just your typical Indian metalhead and software-engineer-turned-actor who must navigate life as an immigrant arriving in Trump's America. When Priyanka makes the bold move to defy her family by quitting her IT job and moving to the U.S. to pursue an acting career, things don’t quite turn out how she imagined. Gear up for a funny, tumultuous ride through immiscible cultures, unforgettable love, irreparable loss, and the desperation of not belonging anywhere. Standing room only at The Kennedy Center. “She's a performer to watch!” (MD Theatre Guide)
"Amusing, relatable...incisive" - (TV Jerry)
2020 Broadway World US Award-winner for Best Actor of the Decade and Best Play of the Decade
Tatum, a university student in Utah, becomes the virgin bride of her sweetheart, entering an eternal marriage in the Mormon church. Her big dream is to be an actor and move to London with her husband, but years begin to slip by and so does London.
With the pressures of marriage, money, and their Mormon community, the couple gets into discord. Dejected, Tatum becomes vulnerable to the overtures of another man. After just one night of illicit sex, Tatum is plunged into a deep well of guilt and remorse.
Through the familiar life dichotomy of humor and sorrow, follow Tatum as she tries to redeem herself from what her church states is a sin next to murder.