Works In Development
Sam in Three
by Thomas Morgan Jones
Sam is a barber. Sam and his wife are going to have a baby. Sam has multiple sclerosis. Over the course of his wife’s pregnancy, Sam is faced with a struggle to overcome an undefeatable illness. Weaving together text, movement and multimedia, Sam in Three explores the conflicting worlds of medical science and make-believe, the human body in times of sickness and health, and hope where there is none.
Aman and Roshan, Each in Two Times
by Kawa Ada
Aman and Roshan, Each in Two Times is a play about a father and son from two different worlds, and how they grapple with each other’s life choices. Three pivotal moments in the lives of these two reveal how the loss of hope for one another leads to devastation for both. Their story is buoyed by the two women in their lives, whose love, it seems, is the only binding force keeping the two men linked together.
Hello Cello, Goodbye Heart
by Marjorie Chan
Music is love in search of a word. – Sidney Lanier
In Hong Kong, 1928, a man collapses on a woman’s doorstep, clutching a cello. He is a musician, no longer able to play after a fateful night on the ferry a year earlier. He is convinced that she stole his music, when she merely stole his heart. A play with music about love, abandon and the courage to express the inexpressible.