MOONFLOWER - In 1928 Mississippi, a white woman and black woman have an affair while battling the racial tensions of a small town.

VARA - Vara is an innocent and highly imaginative girl; a trapeze artist in the 1950’s Paris Circus. Surrounded by lies, she fights to uncover her truth and finds love along the way. Inspired by the surreal delectability of Amelie, this coming of age piece is a playground for character and heightened visuals.


ALMOST NORMAL - Based on a true story, three very different sisters who are estranged from their odd, distant father go on a coastal road trip with him and learn he is not the asshole they had always thought he was, he just has Asperger's.

THE WONDER YARD - After the death of her husband, the once co-dependent, seventy-three year old Dinah, rediscovers herself by building a wonderland out of junk in her front yard.

Kid-Friendly/Family Feature:

TOTSY - A kid-friendly musical about Joannie Pitts, an awkward fifteen-year-old, who discovers a magical portal to a 1920’s surreal, deco-fantastic world where she’s a famous singer.


Half hour comedies:

THE SAC - A half-hour comedy about a cul-de-sac in Burlingame, CA.

NO KIDDING- After getting dumped by her cheating husband, a thirty-something divorcee is forced to start over in her dating life, while her married friends continue to have children.

COMPULSIVE (cable) - A sassy Broadway performer watches her career and love life start to unravel due to her compulsive gambling problem.

EXACT CHANGE - Two estranged sisters inherit a vending business and must get over the differences to make it successful.

Hour Drama:

THE GREY ROOM - When Cole has a horrific accident, her brain heals in a way that gives her access to the 90% of our brain that we don’t “use”. We are playing with the concept that this 90% is where our past life information is stored. Cole finds herself shifting into her past lifetimes and soon realizes that she is not alone- others are doing the same thing, but for greed and destruction. This is ultimately a show about healing. Sometimes you must go back to move forward.