intended for performers ages 8 & up

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Adapted and Directed by WYCKHAM AVERY, from the national book award winning novel by William Alexander.

Hoping to find his lost brother, Rownie escapes the home of the witch Graba and joins a troupe of goblins who perform in Zombay, a city where humans are forbidden to wear masks and act in plays. Launched last year at our Third Annual Greenhouse Initiative, this show will feature clowning, circus and physical theater.


Opening Night: friday, july 5th at 7:30 pm  

Evenings at 7:30 pm:  

Saturday, July 6th  

Thursday, july 11th   

Friday, july 12th    

Matinees (followed by talkbacks) at 2 pm:  

Sunday, july 7th  

Wednesday, july 10th    


Closing Night: Saturday, july 13th at 5 pm


intended for performers ages 13 & up

Written by Jennifer Barclay
Directed by Artistic Director, Jared Mezzocchi

Winner of the National New Play Network’s 2016 Smith Prize, this site-specific production brings us to Tavistown, New York, where a recent tragedy has rocked the community to its core. Narrator and town historian, Zoe, recounts the days leading up to the incident, as the high school prepares for the semi-annual production of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town. Jennifer Barclay’s new play is a stunning narrative about community in the wake of unspeakable devastation.

PerformanceS (followed by talkbacks):  

Opening: Thursday, July 18th at 7:30 pm   

Friday, July 19th at 7:30 pm  

Closing: Saturday, July 20th at 7:30 pm

*Show intended for audiences ages 13 and up, due to mature themes of mental illness, gun violence, suicide and healing from community trauma*


URL vs. irl: teen Intensive

intended for performers ages 13 & up

Directed by Jonathan David Martin

What is more real, the lives that we lead in “the real world”or “the online world”? Combining the use of high-tech gaming technology and low-tech theatricality, URL vs. IRL will follow a group of teenage characters as their lives intersect and collide online and off. 

PerformanceS (followed by talkbacks):  

Opening: Thursday, July 25th at 7:30 pm   

Friday, July 26th at 7:30 pm  

Closing: Saturday, July 27th at 7:30 pm 



intended for performers
ages 8 & up

Written and Directed by Artistic Director Jared Mezzocchi

music And Lyrics by Duncan Pelletier

When a group of girls want to shake things up in their high school by creating a new sports team, they are met with a series of unexpected set backs. What’s the big deal with an all-girls high school wanting to join the rest of the New England prep school league in a sport that has been around since the American Civil War? Join this group of rule-bending, form-smashing, heart-crushing girls as they line up against their All-American, Undefeated, “Nothing-Has-Ever-Been-In-Their-Way” team of Boys. Yes, this gang of female bandits has started a football team, named “The Resisters.” 11 men on a field, they say? Hut hut, HIKE! 


Opening Night: Thursday, August 8th at 7:30 pm  

Evenings at 7:30 pm:  

Friday, August 9th   

Saturday, August 10th  

Thursday, August 15th   

Friday, August 16th    

Matinees (followed by talkbacks) at 2 pm:  

Sunday, August 11th  

Wednesday, August 14th    

Closing Night: Saturday, August 17th at 5 pm


one night only!


A photo from 2018’s Academy performance, in which artistic director, Jared Mezzocchi, and administrative director, Katerina Klavon, were cast as aliens in a scene written by Siraj Husainy (pictured) and woody Stockwell.

Andy's Academy is a one night showcase highlighting work produced in our Workshop series throughout the summer. This year's event features performances from our directing Workshop, original works from our playwriting Workshop, and a viewing of the piece produced during our film workshop.


Tuesday, August 13th at 7:30 pm