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Special Engagement!
Written and Performed by Danny Bryck


A New England Premiere


Playwright Danny Bryck

Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
September 13-22, 2012 at the
BCA Black Box Theatre
September 30-October 9, 2012 at the Central Square Theater, Studio Theater

Compiled from interviews and live recordings during the occupation of Dewey Square in Fall 2011, NO ROOM FOR WISHING follows Occupy Boston from its formation, through clashes with the police, infighting among the activists, legal battles and collective victories, to its eviction by the City of Boston. One of Boston’s most dynamic young theater makers portrays dozens of real-life characters in this fiercely immediate, up-close-and-personal encounter with our city, our nation, and ourselves.


Playwright Rajiv Joseph

by Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Shawn LaCount
October 19 – November 17, 2012
BCA Plaza Theatre

In war-torn Baghdad, the dead aren't quiet, in fact, they never seem to shut up! Among them stalks the ghost of a quick-witted tiger who haunts the streets, looking for meaning, forgiveness and redemption amidst the ruins. Rajiv Joseph's groundbreaking new American play ignited Broadway (starring Robin Williams) and explores the perils of human nature through bold black humor and an ethereal vision of war and after life.


A New England Premiere


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Playwright Mia Chung

by Mia Chung
Directed by M. Bevin O’Gara
January 18 – February 16, 2013
BCA Plaza Theatre

Two sisters strike a dangerous bargain to flee their homeland. It costs more than money to make the passage, but The Crossing always does. When faced with a world of new shoes, intelligent phones, and forty-two ways to treat your cough, can a sister’s promise bridge the gaps of time and space? Playwright Mia Chung conjures an imaginative, and unexpectedly funny journey about defecting from North Korea to America, and back again.

Kristen Greenidge
Natalia Naman
Lydia R. Diamond

A Festival Weekend produced
in collaboration with the
Boston Center for the Arts
March 22-24, 2013


The XX PLAYLAB Festival Weekend, produced in collaboration with the Boston Center for the Arts, features READINGS OF NEW ORIGINAL PLAYS BY BOSTON PLAYWRIGHTS KIRSTEN GREENIDGE, LYDIA R. DIAMOND, AND UP-AND-COMER NATALIA NAMAN, as well as conversations with the playwrights and a panel of leading lights in the field. Join us throughout the season for EARLY public readings of these plays in-progress for the March Festival.




A New England Premiere


A New England Premiere


Playwright Qui Nguyen

by Qui Nguyen
Directed by Shira Milikowsky
Fight Direction by Robert Najarian
April 13 – May 11, 2013
BCA Plaza Theatre

After the totally-weird Tilly dies, oh-so-average Agnes doesn’t know what to make of the geekery her sister left behind. In an effort to understand the gulf between them, she embarks on a quest of Tilly’s own design, rife with hostile faeries, randy ogres, awkward high schoolers, and broadswords. Will Agnes discover her inner badass, or will the bugbears get her first? Qui Nguyen, resident playwright of Brooklyn’s Vampire Cowboys theatre, serves up a comedic nerdgasm – an homage to the outcast in all of us.

Playwright Idris Goodwin

by Idris Goodwin
Directed by Summer L. Williams
July 19 – August 17, 2013
BCA Plaza Theatre


It’s 1988: Hank, Julian and Luann have each finally found the beats and dubs that make the suburbs bearable, but they need each other more than they know. Rap battles and poetry in parking lots lead to dreams of something more, as a DJ takes us to the flipside, loops us into the remix, and breaks it down. Spoken word poet and hip-hop playwright Idris Goodwin MC’s a theatrical coming-of-age mix tape about how we become the people we’re meant to be, flowing and rhyming our way to adulthood.