Previous productions


Conceived by Kristin Heckler
Written in collaboration with Sarah Raimondi, Jacob Sebastian and Pauline Sherrow

Presented by Recognize Theatre

EXPOSED is a devised theater piece inspired by true events, fictionalized by writers Kristin Heckler, Jacob Sebastian Phillips, Sarah Raimondi, and Pauline Sherrow. Lauren, a college freshman chooses to do adult films to pay for her tuition. When Lauren's secret is discovered she is bombarded with harassment from fellow students, social media and talk show hosts. She defends all of these criticisms with grace and intelligence, but are the consequences worth it?

(Not a) Kids Play at The Perfomance Laboratory

presented by Technodramatists & Recognize Theatre

The event will launch Technodramatists' signature development: weARlive, the first augmented reality face-sync app specifically designed for live performance. The app will be featured in performances throughout the event and audience members will get a chance to try it out before and after the show.


by Edward Allan Baker

DOLORES is the story of two sisters drawn together because of domestic violence which influences the lives of both characters more than they've ever admitted.


by Liz Duffy Adams

The New School for Drama Thesis Presentation, November 17-21, 2015

Or, takes place (mostly) during one night in the life of Aphra Behn, poet, spy, and soon to be  first professional female playwright. An intellectual farce which plays off historical characters like Aphra, Charles II and the infamous Nell Gwynne.



Presented with FringeNYC, August 14th - 30th, 2015
Theatre is Easy "Best Bet"

Come be a fly on the wall in Margo’s first sex therapy practice. She guides her clients through the ups and downs of their sexual disorders (pun intended) while learning about her own sexuality with her new beau.

Strong acting, compelling characters, an inventive script, and polished staging make this play a must see for FringeNYC-goers. - Theatre is Easy

Congratulations to the talented playwright and director—who are also the show’s co-producers—for reminding us to be nice. - NY Theatre Now

How I Learned to Drive

by Paula Vogel

A wildly funny surprising and devastating tale of survival as seen through the lens of a troubling relationship between a young girl and an older man.

Stop Kiss

by Diana Son

Presented in the 2012 Philadelphia Fringe Festival
Selected as Philadelphia Weekly’s Top 5

Sara and Callie fall unexpectedly in love. On the night of their first, tentative kiss, they are brutally attacked. Scenes alternate before and after the assault as this beautiful piece makes you laugh, cry, sigh and cheer.

Godspell music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz

presented by Hoof 'n' Horn 2009