In this savvy new comedy by Mara Nelson-Greenberg, a husband and wife discover their teenage son has confused a diagram of a vagina for a map of the Middle East. What else is there to do? Hire a vagina tutor! THE CLITORISH explores “truthiness,” the relationship between the sexes, the unwritten rules of the world...and who gets to write them.
Jack would do anything for Sam. Sam would do...anything. And around this simple premise, the legendary Caryl Churchill -- called “the greatest living English playwright” by Tony Kushner -- slyly depicts a deeply dysfunctional relationship between two men...or, perhaps, the special relationship between America and...America. Taut, elliptical, and unforgettable. DRUNK ENOUGH TO SAY I LOVE YOU isn't a show you'll want to miss.
JENNIFER CHANG is a multidisciplinary artist with Ovation Award and Stage Scene LA award-honored works. She is a founding member of Chalk Repertory Theatre. She has taught at the East West Players and guest directed at USC and at Texas State University, San Marcos for the Black and Latino Playwrights. She is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographer’s Society, Screen Actors Guild, and Actor’s Equity Association. She is the current Head of Undergraduate Acting at UCSD. BFA: Tisch/ NYU; MFA: UCSD. Director’s Lab West, National Director’s Fellowship Finalist 2017.
TARA ELLIOTT is the director of BURQ OFF! and NOT THE ONE, and producer of the Gotham Award-winning web series “Shugs & Fats.” She translated and directed the English language workshop premiere of prize-winning Chilean play LAS ANALFABETAS. She is the recipient of a Tow Travel Grant for research in Cuba, a CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund Grant, and has developed plays in residencies with KO Festival of Performance and Barn Arts Collective. In NYC, her work has been seen at Walkerspace, HERE Arts, The Cherry Lane, Dixon Place, Robert Moss Theater, and The Barrow Group among others. MFA Directing, Brooklyn College.