SEASON 3: 1996-97

September 16, 1996

Skittish by Robert C. Barker, directed by Jim Kleinmann
Too Many Volts by Scott Meltsner, directed by Prince Gomolvilas
Close Call by Trevor Allen, directed by Isabel Sadurni
Stalker by Garret Jon Groenveld, directed by Robert C. Barker
Salome, You’re History by Daniele Nathanson, directed by Canyon Sam
Save the Last Chance for Me by Matthew Burtch, directed by Garret Groenveld


October 21, 1996

As Juicy As You Want Me To Be by Daniele Nathanson, directed by Tony Kelly
Gimme a Double by Canyon Sam/Carrie Kartman, directed by Laurel Hunter/Sandra Rodgers
Four Interviews by Scott Meltsner, directed by Laurel Hunter/Sandra Rodgers
Family Secrets by Diana Abad, directed by John Morace
Body Doubles by Trevor Allen, directed by Kent Nicholson


November 18, 1996

Good Fools, Nice Women by Garret Jon Groenveld, directed by Scott Meltsner
Intercourse by Robert C. Barker, directed by Garret Groenveld
Pass a Deux by Daniele Nathanson, directed by John Morace
Sifting the Assyrian Plain with Beatrice Hartman by Sam Christian Bellicini, directed by Prince Gomolvilas
Fugue with Man and Tape by Trevor Allen, directed by Antigone Trimis
Speech Pathology by Matthew Burtch, directed by Jim Kleinmann


December 9, 1996

Winter Story by Scott Meltsner, directed by Jim Kleinmann
Solstice by Garret Jon Groenveld, directed by Diana Abad
Agent Sally by Jacob Aaron Estes, directed by Prince Gomolvilas
Dierdre’s Yugen by Kenny Bell, directed by Daniele Nathanson
Itchabod Niche by Sandra Rodgers, directed by Mark Scott


January 20, 1997

The Actor’s Alibi by Forrest G. Hartl, directed by John Morace
A Night Out by Ted Muniz, directed by Mark Scott
Crawling Out of Your Skin by Mary Michael Wagner, directed by Garret Groenveld
Brackets by Jen Anderson, directed by Mark Scott
It’s Like August by Scott Meltsner, directed by Jim Kleinmann


February 17, 1997

Not as Right as I Could Have Been by Daniele Nathanson, directed by Prince Gomolvilas
Trees by Scott Meltsner, directed by Thomas Simpson
A Rose by Any Other Name by Linda Ayres-Frederick, directed by Bernard Weiner
The Big Game by Guy Hunter, directed by John Warren
Pall Mall: The Soon-to-be Former Mrs. Van de Pool by Garret Jon Groenveld, directed by Robert C. Barker
Romeo & Juliet, Together Again by Mark Shertinsky, directed by Antigone Trimis


March 17, 1997

The Luckiest _______ on the Whole Planet by Lowell Goodman, directed by John Morace
Miracle Miles by Carrie Kartman, directed by Carrie Kartman
Jessie’s Play by Hal Gelb, directed by Kent Nicholson
Needles to Say by Jonathan Silvers, directed by Elaine Magree
Severed by Mary Michael Wagner, directed by John Warren
Odd References by Matthew Burtch, directed by Jim Kleinmann