An evening of two one-act plays on the subject of empathy: "116 Square Feet" and "Unicorns, Mages, and Trolls." More…
"116 Square Feet"
After Lianna returns from a long work trip abroad, she discovers the student subleasing her room hasn’t left and refuses to leave. She and her roommate, Eric, must consider how far they are willing to go to restore their apartment to its “squatter-free” glory.
"Unicorns, Mages and Trolls"
When a controversial speaker is invited to speak at a university free speech event. Mage, a passionate student activist finds herself in a toxic and escalating fight with Jason, the College Republicans' single gay member.
See it if It's our local Brooklyn theater where you can see how students practice the art of acting. The play's director should work harder.
Don't see it if You don't want to see some students practicing theatre, it takes patience, I know.
See it if You like political shows that embrace complexity and empathy.
Don't see it if You don’t want to think about the current political climate. Or may be upset by frank discussions of privilege, opression, hate and empathy
See it if you enjoy supporting local theatre and are interested in clever and thought-provoking discussions that explore the politics of our own lives
Don't see it if you want mindless entertainment. These pieces will make you take a step back and think about your own experiences and relationships
See it if you're interested in thoughtful explorations about what it means to be empathetic in our modern political climate.
Don't see it if you tend to snicker when characters have sex on stage.