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Hundred Days

Regional Premiere

June 6- July 6, 2024

  • Book By The Bengsons and Sara Gancher

  • Music & Lyrics by Abigail and Shaun Bengson

  • Directed by Evan Michael Woods

  • Music Direction by Ian Ferguson

  • Scenic Design: L. Mazur


Hundred Days is an uncensored, exhilarating and heartrending true story about embracing uncertainty, taking a leap, and loving as if you only had 100 days to live. With magnetic chemistry and anthemic folk-punk music, creators and stars Abigail and Shaun Bengson explore a fundamental question: how do we make the most of the time that we have?



Handless King

World Premiere

July 26- August 18, 2024

  • Book By Harley Elias

  • Directed by Jay Duffer

  • Scenic Design: L. Mazur

  • Costume Design: Shahrzad Mazaheri

  • Lighting Design: Eric Watkins

  • Sound Design: David Lanza

  • Properties Design: Bella Barnett

  • Projections Design: Evan Michael Woods


A Wickedly Zany Road to Revolution

“Listen kid, I’ll keep your secret, but this revolution… it needs to happen now. We need to do it now.” 


A coworker dispute turns deadly in this morbidly funny new play. Set during the Assyrian Empire, The Handless King follows two humble government employees both tasked with tallying the dead in wake of a recent battle. The problem? Only one of them can keep their job. As the day wears on, truths are revealed, revolution draws near, and someone’s losing limbs before the sun is set. This world premiere-inspired by real artifacts from 728 BCE-explores a timeless truth: move with the times or get left behind. This high-octane historical fantasy comes to you after a wildly successful development at Amphibian Stage’s 2023 Sparkfest.




July 23-July 26, 2024- Brooklyn Art Haus

August 1- August 28, 2024- Edinburgh Fringe Festival

  • Written & devised by Charlie Traisman & Mākena Miller

  • Directed by Billie Aken-Tyres

  • Scenic Design: L. Mazur


3HAMS follows the story of Ry and Max, two friends navigating the waters of a changing relationship. In the confines of their collective brain, they wrestle with the truth of their unhealthy dynamic and what is needed going forward. In the muck of it all, the greatest insight comes from an unlikely source...


a literal ham.



Something Wicked (a re-imagined Macbeth)

Arts Mission Oak Cliff & Altar'd Playhouse AiR New Work Premiere

April 19 & 20, 2024

October 31, November 1, 2, 7, 8, & 9, 2024

  • Director: Sasha Maya Ada

  • Assistant Director: Mikaela Baker

  • Music & Sound Co-Supervisors: Brian Harden & Brandon Tyner

  • Scenic Designer: L. Mazur

  • Costume Designer: Karina Sanchez

  • Light Designer: Caroline Hodge

  • Movement Consultant: Avery-Jai Andrews

  • Fight Choreographer: Mitchell Stephens


Something Wicked (a re-imagined Macbeth) is a first step in refreshing the default rehearsal structure. Utilizing a process-oriented approach means we get to slow down and explore. We are work-shopping this world, making sure we understand the rules, the hierarchy, and the beats before all the bells and whistles come in. It's a working rehearsal: questions are still asked, notes are still given and discussions are still had. I want to give this company time to marinate in the world we create together.


Then, after our offering in April, we’ll take a break and come back in October of 2024 with a full production!

We hope you get join us as well celebrate our first steps to a new theatre-making process.

This program is supported, in part, by the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture and Comerica Charitable Giving.

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