Upcoming Projects

Look, We Are Breathing
by Laura Jacqmin
Performances in Winter 2015

Those who die young are mourned for their lost potential. But what if Mike, a high school hockey player who gets drunk and crashes his car before the play begins, never showed any potential? His mother Alice just isn’t sad about his death. Neither is Mike’s AP English teacher, Leticia. And neither is Caylee, the girl who’s had a crush on Mike for years. After all, Alice didn’t know her son at all – or like what she did know; Leticia hated Mike on sight; and after an uncomfortable hookup, Caylee realized that the boy she loved might have died a long time ago. As the three women try to figure out who Mike was and who he might have grown into, they realize that in order to feel grief, they might have to acknowledge that they could have been wrong about him.