Written by Tori Boutin & Madeline Belknap
Directed by Jennifer Knight
May 24, 2020
Fantastagirl is her own everyday superhero who is forced to face her ultimate weakness, math. Could a sidekick be her super solution to her math problem? With a little help from her moms and an overeager Math Monster, she just might defeat the her mortal enemy, her own anxiety.
Written by David Henry Hwang
Directed by Chil Kong
May 31, 2020
Set in 1867 on a California mountaintop, two Chinese workers who struggle through poverty and hunger to reconnect with the traditions of their homeland, rejecting the stereotype of submissive immigrant laborers. May not be appropriate for all ages.
Written by Brandon Rashad Butts
Directed by Divinia Shorter
December 20, 2020
A cook struggles to find their place in the culinary world. When an opportunity to run the crew on a voyage for new ingredients from an undiscovered land arrives, they realize that there’s more to cooking than meets the eye. Spice of Life grapples with racial disparity, personal insecurity, and the importance of where you come from as the cook turns to a family heirloom for guidance.
Written by Margaret Gorman
Directed by Divinia Shorter
February 14, 2021
When Zelda receives Therese, ballet dancer extraordinaire, for Secret Santa, her handmade Nutcracker quickly becomes a love letter for her feelings. But when the time comes to exchange presents and feelings, a mistake puts her Nutcracker at risk. Dancing together on the edge of the truth, Zelda and Therese discover how to be true to themselves, and each other.
Featuring Regina Aquino & Ayesis Clay
Directed by Ali Oliver-Krueger
May 9, 2021
Celebrate Mother’s Day with Adventure Theatre! This digital reading consists of plays written and directed by mothers, featuring the work of local actor and recent Theater Washington Helen Hayes Award winner Regina Aquino and writer, director, creator Ayesis Clay, directed by Ali Oliver-Krueger as they share their unique stories celebrating motherhood.
Written by Patrick Lord
Directed by Patrick Lord and Stan Kang
May 30, 2021
Adventure Theatre concludes API Heritage month with a digital presentation of Patrick Lord’s The Girl with the Lantern Heart, a digital mix of live action and animation story, co-directed by Stan Kang and Patrick Lord.
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Our 2019-2020 season features an amazing team of female directors who are illustrating beautiful works that have never been seen on ATMTC’s stages. We are so excited to bring our perspective and energy to these productions based on familiar and beloved stories. We hope you are too!
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