The Gun Show by E.M. Lewis  //  Sept 9 – Oct 1, 2016 [Closed]

The How and the Why by Sarah Treem  //  Oct 28 – Nov 19, 2016

db by Tommy Smith  //  Jan 13 – Feb 4, 2017

Playhouse Creatures by April De Angelis  //  March 17 – April 8, 2017

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Each year, CoHo accepts project proposals from local artist-producers. CoHo’s Artistic Council carefully reads and considers each script and application, then conducts group interviews with finalists before deciding on a main season based on each production’s promise of artistic vision, professional merit, thematic relevance and its potential to connect with CoHo audiences. For 2016/17, CoHo expanded programming to offer four shows in the main season.

Vin Shambry. Photo Credit Shawn Lee
Photo Credit Shawn Lee.

September 9 – October 1, 2016 [Closed]

CoHo Productions and Shawn Lee present

The Gun Show

by E.M. Lewis

directed by Shawn Lee

Performed by Vin Shambry and E.M. Lewis

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Karen Trumbo and Gwendolyn Duffy. Credit Owen Carey.
Photo Credit Owen Carey

October 28 – November 19, 2016

CoHo Productions presents

The How and the Why

By Sarah Treem

Directed by Philip Cuomo

Featuring Karen Trumbo and Gwendolyn Duffy

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Rebecca Lingafelter. Photo Credit Owen Carey
Photo Credit Owen Carey

January 13 – February 4, 2017

CoHo Productions with Isaac Lamb and Rebecca Lingafelter present the world premiere of


by Tommy Smith

Created by Tommy Smith and Teddy Bergman

Directed by Isaac Lamb

Featuring Duffy Epstein, Dana Green, Rebecca Lingafelter and Don Kenneth Mason

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Dainichia Noreault. Photo Credit Gary Norman
Photo Credit Gary Norman

March 17 – April 8, 2017

CoHo Productions with Brenan Dwyer and McKenna Twedt present

Playhouse Creatures

by April De Angelis

Directed by Alana Byington

Featuring Lorraine Bahr, Brenan Dwyer, Jackyln Maddux, Dainichia Noreault, and McKenna Twedt

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