It never has more than 60 audience members at a time and when it has that many, it is a miracle. You sit in the house of one of our productions and you know you are in at a show made for love, by love and with love (it sure ain't for the money) ... for you.
By talented actors like Sarah, who is so close and so real and so present that you can feel her breathe from your seat. We love this kind of theater, but we often wonder if we can find enough other people who do to keep things rolling.
An article in The Wall Street Journal Online by theater critic Terry Teachout points out that maybe we can, even as American audiences become less interested in leaving their houses to take in a show. He believes we need to create a leigon of the theatrical equivelant of "foodies."
We are onboard. We would love for you to join us. Make your next entertainment meal something you can't find on Netflix or YouTube. Shop local. Feed your soul, not just your boredom.