Thursday, February 18, 7pm EST | FAMILIAR KILL by Barbara Lindsay
Middle-aged couple Ruby and Earl are happy in their new marriage, but the rest of life is bleak and looking bleaker. Earl has lost his job, Ruby hates hers, and they both hate their new apartment. When Ruby makes a homicidal fundraising suggestion, Earl plays along with the joke. But then, their new and very attractive neighbor shows up, and maybe it’s not such a joke?
with Robert Baumgardner, Cher Davis, Debbie Pascoe, and Erica Villanueva
[FAMILIAR KILL contains adult language and situations.]
Friday, February 19, 7pm EST | LEVIATHAN by Bethany Dickens Assaf
Heather and Greer are taking a trip to a lake house so Heather can ‘get sober’ before they start trying for a baby. But Heather might just be a fully in-denial alcoholic – and her inner demons are about to have some company. Not to mention there’s something strange going on in the lake…
with Max Arnaud, Jeffrey Brackett, Danielle Dobies, Karen Konzen, and Blythe Scott
Saturday, February 20, 2pm EST | WHEN WE BREATHE by Jaisey Bates
Zee tries to write. Tee tries to keep Zee awake. Tee and She are four days gone. Lightning: a predatory white Coyote with a bard ruff and sharp teeth in the window. Thunder: an otherworldly howl and pounding at the door. Bee storms in, setting off a dangerous dance of blood memories, grief, horror and hope as History—written with black ink in red blood by white hands on white pages—opens its eyes. And its mouth.
with Sarahjeen François, Sage Hemstreet, Sophia Hill, and Dawn Lura
Saturday, February 20, 7pm EST | AFFINITY LUNCH MINUTES by Nick Malakhow
Ben and Jasmine are the only two Black teachers at Penn Valley, a private Quaker school. Jasmine is passionate and boundary pushing, while Ben has worked his way up the ranks at the school to be Diversity Dean thanks to his “agreeable” nature. A racially charged discipline decision ignites a divide at the school and in Jasmine and Ben’s collegial relationship.
with Daniel Bair, Paris Crayton III, Deltoiya Goodman, Brian Johnson, and Meganne Johnson
Sunday, February 21, 3pm EST | ATLAS, THE LONELY GIBBON by Deborah Yarchun
ATLAS, THE LONELY GIBBON is a dark comedic thriller set in the future. Irene, a former journalist, struggles to find autonomy in a now mindless job editing AI-generated articles, an increasingly challenging marriage, and in an apartment potentially being targeted by hackers.
with Daniel Bair, Danielle Dobies, Meganne Johnson, Emily Ramsey, and Mitchell Wohl