April 26 - May 20, 2012
A collaboration with Homeboy Industries and Homegirl Café exploring the intersection of food, gang culture and rehabilitation.
An examination of the connection between urban and rural farming, and the journey our food takes from farm to plate.
This play enters the world of “lunch ladies” and cafeteria workers, administrators and students, tater tots and chocolate milk.
A collaboration with New Dramatists, one of the country’s leading playwright centers and a nationally recognized new play laboratory.
A journey into how the hunger for emotional fulfillment is “fed” through extreme and often self-destructive behaviors
This residency will delve into the long history and recent revival of the community gardens movement.
Fall 2014 - Spring 2015
A full-length touring production of The Tempest that will span the state from north to south.
A look at the complicated and emotional territory of access to food and the psychological ramifications of food and hunger.
The cycle’s culminating play will bring together all the former Hunger Cycle communities to tell a larger story.