by Sam Shepard
Sept. 19 – Oct. 11
This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about the meltdown
of the traditional family put Shepard on the map as a force to be reckoned with in American drama. But remember, this is Sam
Shepard. Hilarity lies around every corner. The Abreact is pleased to introduce Greg Bailey to the directors chair.
by William Shakespeare
Jan. 30 - Feb. 21, 2015 at The Elizabeth Theater (2040 Park Ave. Detroit)
Set at the end of the Roman Empire
and thought to be his first tragedy, this is Shakespeare's bloodiest, most violent and most graphic of them all. What better
of a piece could one expect for The Abreact's first time working with the Bard? The show is directed by Alan Madlane.
3 Twenty Minute Plays with Drinking in Between: Kelly vs. Troy, this
time it's personal
by Troy Richard and Kelly Rossi
Apr. 17 – May 9
A set of original
plays written by Troy Richard (former owner and administrator of The Zeitgeist) and Kelly Rossi ("Boxfest," "Calypso").
This is the third installment of shorts that will have you wondering what is going on in these playwright's heads while relating
to what is going on inside your very own. And yes, there is drinking in between.