Years before the internationally acclaimed story of Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Olive and Nancy and Roo and Barney were just kids coming out of the roughest years of the Great Depression. The future for themselves and the nation was unknown, only the summer stretched before them. In celebration of Ray Lawler’s 100th year, Lambert House Enterprises brings that summer to the Zoom stage for a staged reading of a blossoming love rectangle.Continue reading →
What is attraction really? Is it all about aesthetics or is there a deeper meaning underneath the surface? And is there a different rule book for art? Neil LaBute’s the Shape of Things mixes the messages of art and attraction amongst four flirty twenty-somethings.Continue reading →
A trio of twenty-somethings live precariously in a dingy New York City apartment with a flickering hope that they’re on the edge of greatness. When the windfall of an inheritance fails to materialise, the group decide to risk everything and commit art fraud, betraying an industry they hold in such esteem, for the chance of the recognition they crave.