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Feb 27, 2013
Here are the facts... New York City, 1950... Andrews has left town. Klein is dead. Betty... well she's still alive, but someone has beat the pretty off her. Detective Clay Holden has his first big chance, but this is one case he may not want to solve

Jan 21, 2013
A quirky comedy exploring the biochemistry of job loss, motherhood, and immigration, as well as the personal science of turning worker ants into queens, while surviving in the world of ants and humans – with an accent.

Nov 16, 2012
A zany new comedy about love, sex, heritage and letting go. A successful cartoonist – Maddie Sternberg – is happily cutting herself off from the outside world, when her past comes careening in through the door and into her life and her cartoons.

Sep 13, 2012
Out of friends, out of luck, & out of time, Ulysses is resigned to spending the last remaining weeks of his life in solitude until Emma walks in … much as she walked out on him 20 years ago.

Jul 19, 2012
Can we forgive the unforgiveable? Is there truly the possibility of redemption for us all? A father and daughter confront these issues and try to mend their relationship through the one thing that connects them ... baseball.

May 23, 2012
A dark comedy that explores the emotions, intentions and actions of South Florida’s disenfranchised lower class citizens where corporate greed meets its match in a community that will go to any lengths to protect its own.

Mar 29, 2012
One after another, the male heirs of the Baskerville family are being knocked off. Sherlock Holmes, the self-proclaimed "greatest detective of all time," sends Dr. Watson to the countryside to prevent more bloodshed and mayhem ensues!

Feb 11, 2012
An autobiographical piece, written & performed by Al Letson, a gifted nationally known performance poet & host of NPR's “State of the Re:Union,” told through monologue, poetry, song and multimedia.

Nov 15, 2011
Inspired by a true story, an unemployed bartender living in a trailer park buys the ugliest painting she can find for three bucks. Turns out, it might be a Jackson Pollock worth millions. Is it authentic or not?

Sep 22, 2011
Set in Manhattan & its suburbs, we see with surprising humor, how people cope with collective and personal tragedy; learning what it means to belong to another person & a larger community.

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