Cry it OUT
Written by Molly Smith Metzler
Directed by Molly Aaronson-Gelb
Presented in association with Custom Made Theatre
Bay Area Premiere
August 9–September 1, 2019
at Custom Made Theater, 533 Sutter St, San Francisco
Set in a part of Long Island where class lines and property lines bump up against
each other, CRY IT OUT is a provocative, hilarious and honest look at parenthood,
class, and who gets to make which impossible choice.
Written by Annie Baker
Directed by Jon Tracy
August 22–September 22, 2019
at Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley, CA
In a suburban movie house we meet three employees: Sam, a white man in his 30s who still lives with his parents; Rose, a young white woman struggling to be cool; and Avery, a young black man and film trivia genius. Race, class, and the universal quest for intimacy are intricately interwoven in this fascinating slice of Americana.
Written by Patricia Cotter
Directed by Jessica Holt
October 9–November 2, 2019
at Creativity Theater, 221 4th St, San Francisco
An essential San Francisco story, The Daughters follows the 60 year journey of a community—from the first secret meeting of the first lesbian social club in San Francisco to closing night of the last lesbian bar. As women loving women gather in defiance of convention (and the law), they drink, debate, politicize, flirt, drink more, dance hard, make out, fall in love, break up, make history, and change the way the world thinks about the multi-dimensionality of female sexuality. The Daughters is a play about the transformation of identity, gender, and sexuality across generations in the queer epicenter of the universe.