An evening of three one-act plays that previously received their world premieres at the LaBute New Theater Festival at St. Louis Actors' Studio's Gaslight Theater.
By Neil LaBute
Two gay men plot to use a hate crime to their advantage in Neil LaBute's noir two-hander.
By James Haigney
A taut, tense drama about a college student's desire to abandon her Protestant upbringing to explore Islam.
By Carter W. Lewis
A first date unravels into an investigation of biases in this funny and smart play about media coverage in a world of alt-facts and fake news.
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“What makes the evening worthwhile is the opportunity to see the well-constructed, thought-provoking, and original works by Mr. Haigney and by Mr. Lewis.” - TalkinBroadway
“Few writers can match Neil LaBute‘s ability to muscle the hateful sides of human nature into full relief.” - BlogCritics.org