by Philip Middleton Williams 
April 28 - May 15, 2022
Directed by Caroline Jett
                           APRIL 28 - MAY 15 2022
                           MAY 12 - 26, 2022

Dave and Pete Granger, age 17, are twin brothers in rural Ohio in 1970. Dave enlists in the Army as a combat medic and is sent to Vietnam.  Pete, a piano prodigy and gay, goes to Canada to pursue his education in music and avoids the draft.  Their parents; Hal, a veteran of the Korean War, and Deb, a nurse, are left to deal with the consequences of their sons’ actions and their future as a family.  Over the next five years, their lives are changed forever by the war and the choices each of them has made.

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Ricardo Fernandez

Nathan Juliano

Tyler Wood


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April 28 - May 15, 2022

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The Comedic Shorts 

An Awkward Conversation in the Shadow of Mount Moriah  •  by John Bavoso

Defiant Man  •  by Mark Harvey Levine

Emoji Me Not  •  by Vivian C. Lermond

My Darling Tortue  •  by Jeff Dunne

Read the Sign, Florida Man!  •  by Ricardo Fernandez

Seriously, Really Our Parents Are What!?  •  by Adam Szudrich

Shelter in Comfort  •  by Rex McGregor

That Time Mrs. Mackelhaney Almost Ruined Christmas  •  by Michael Gioia

Weight of the World  •  by James McLindon

June 9 - 12, 2022
Directed by Caroline Jett 
                              JUNE 9 - 12, 2022
                              JUNE 16 - 26, 2022
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Tampa, FL. 33602
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