Life On My Knees by William Missouri Downs. March 19, 2018.
A PhD in English lit isn't worth much - just ask Dr. Helen Hand. Desperate for a job, she drunkenly agrees to teach at a conservative bible college in the-middle-of-nowhere Kansas. The problem - she's a skeptic, a liberal and gluten intolerant. She enters a world of rigid moral rules: no smoking, no alcohol, no doubting. Working undercover she sets out to enlighten the fundamentalist students, but it quickly goes to hell. This small cast comedy looks at our need for faith and reason.

Voyager One by Jared Delaney. April 30, 2018.
In the far future, a discovery is made which upends everything humanity has been led to believe. Meanwhile, in the 1970s, a pair of researchers on the Voyager One Golden Record project finds themselves debating the very role humanity has to play in the universe. All while Chuck Berry sings "go Johnny, go"...!

The Trouble With White People by John Biguenet. May 14, 2018.
From the author of Night Train and Broomstick, this play uses race to examine the moral decisions that can shape the rest of our lives when we are unexpectedly tested by events. Such decisions, we may discover to our surprise, are sometimes dictated by loyalties of which we are unaware or, more likely, which we are unwilling to acknowledge. Because it seeks to explore feelings usually submerged by conflicting emotions, it takes its audience down a very unpredictable path.