Music and Lyrics by Caleb Damschroder
B ook by kevin wanzor
Loyalty runs thicker than blood.
It's the fall of 1880 and no place is more dangerous than the Tug Fork Valley on the Kentucky/West Virginia line. The Civil War might have ended, but here, a grudge lasts a lifetime and blood loyalty runs deeper than the valley itself.
Roseanna McCoy meets Johnse Hatfield, and together they turn the world upside down as their passion for each other sparks another war, forcing everyone involved to question and redefine what loyalty means to them.
MUSIC AND LYRICS BY CALEB DAMSCHRODER
BOOK BY ERIC ULLOA
Based on the play "molly Sweeney" by Brian Friel
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Blind since childhood, Molly Sweeney is happy and independent, content in a world of her own creation. Her husband Frank, a restless soul seeking to save those in need, convinces her to have her sight restored by a once-great surgeon who is battling his own demons.
Once the bandages are removed, they discover that success is in the eye of the beholder, and learning to see comes with unexpected consequences.
A Cautionary Tale About the Port Authority
MUSIC BY CALEB DAMSCHRODER
LYRICS BY KIT GOLDSTEIN-GRANT
BOOK BY GIL VAROD
Avoid the Port Authority after midnight!
After unexpectedly getting canned, Ernie, a high powered MTA executive, finds himself trapped in the Port Authority Bus Terminal. He encounters strange things and even stranger people while he finds that he must pay for his heinous commuter crimes just the same as everyone else. Ernie quickly discovers why they warn, "Avoid the Port Authority after midnight!"
The Commuters was voted "Audience Favorite" at the annual Strawberry Festival in New York City in 2016, and was part of the Friday Night Footlights reading series at the Dramatists Guild in 2017 in New York City.
music and lyrics by caleb damschroder
book by matthew ravey
He's got four left hooves!
Gordon the goat is ecstatic to learn the traditional Bleat Bop Slide Line Dance for Sunny Creek Farm's annual Martha Gruffington Day celebration. The only problem is, he has four left hooves! Gordon must figure out how to adapt or risk being humiliated in front of the whole farm.