All Aboard the Marriage Hearse

Sean and Amy are your typical co-habitating, Catholic/Jewish, twentysomething couple living in Manhattan. They work hard, love each other and share common goals in life. Well, sort of. After nearly three years together, Amy wants to get married but Sean does not believe in the institution.

The game is on!!! 

Tonight is the night when they will settle the marriage question once and for all. They will both bring their "A" game and the gloves will come off. Sean will try to talk her out of it. Amy will try to talk him into it. Will they break up? Will they keep going on the path they're on? Will they climb aboard the "Marriage Hearse"? 


Allen Wilder 2.0

Allen Wilder 2.0 is the story of Michael Sullivan, a soft-core porn director and party animal, who takes one last shot at putting his life together through a chance meeting with his former baby sitter and his estranged niece. Is it too late?! Or is there really some redemption at the bottom of a bottle of whiskey?!


Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans with High Class Issues

This outrageous comedy is told in five outrageously funny parts all dealing with young women and the various issues they confront today. It's part sit-com, part stand-up, and part sketch-comedy. This collection of vignettes parades a series of foxy, witty, and anxious women who bear the expectations of the world like an itchy muffler. Coffee-driven, sensitive, wired, misunderstood, and fuming with awkward issues, these girls are frustrated with the ways of the world, the perceptions men have of them and their own complex reactions to it.


The Inventor, The Escort, The Photographer, Her Boyfriend and His Girlfriend

Five New Yorkers barricaded in one apartment building during the worst blizzard in City history...looking for love, lust and liquor in all the wrong places!

In a downstairs apartment, Julia, a call girl, arrives for an appointment with Jeffrey, a reclusive young man who has gotten rich by inventing best-selling sexual devices. What starts as a routine "trick"ends up with Jeffrey and Julia helping each other uncover the wounds that led them to who they are, getting considerably more than they bargained for on this "first date." 

They are juxtaposed with the upstairs neighbors, John and Karen, an estranged couple, settling in for a sweet reconciliation after an agreed-upon break.  John's a flagrant philanderer, Karen's a secret one; she had allowed him an outside affair, knowing his nature. Their plans go awry when Molly, a nubile young modern dancer whom John had dallied with, arrives to take refuge from the blizzard with him.  

It’s a great night of entertainment about the taboo things that make our worlds go 'round. 


American Soldiers

In American Soldiers, a new play written and directed by Matt Morillo, the patriarch of a politically prominent Long Island family fights to hold the family together when his eldest daughter, Angela, an Army veteran, returns from the Middle East for an uneasy homecoming.  Angela, emotionally scarred from her military service, is struggling to take her ex-boyfriend and sister away with her to start a new life in Colorado.  Her aim is to liberate them of the hometown influences of society, religion and class that led her to enlist.  

The force of her rebellion is set against the determination of her father, a Vietnam Veteran who is equally committed to holding the family together.  His methods range from the good old fatherly temper tantrum to the kind of heart-to-heart with his soldier-daughter that only veterans can have.  Through their tug of war, we witness the real forces that keep many of our young people fighting what Angela calls, "the same fight, generation after generation.