CoHo Season 23 is like nothing you’ve ever seen on our stage before! Dark comedy, farce, horror, and drama join together to create a riveting and thought-provoking year of live theatre. Season subscriptions are available now!
RADIANT VERMIN by Philip Ridley
Co Produced by Scott Yarbrough & Kelly Godell
Directed by Scott Yarbrough
A wickedly comic satire by groundbreaking British playwright Philip Ridley about consumerism in the age where enough is never enough. A young couple, Jill and Ollie, sign a contract for their dream home at seemingly no cost. With a baby on the way, they are forced to find out how far they’ll go to get everything they’ve ever dreamed of… and more.
THE TAMING by Lauren Gunderson
Co Produced by Mariel Sierra, McKenna Twedt, Lauren Bloom Hanover & Katie Watkins
Directed by Mariel Sierra
In this hilarious, farcical, all-female power-play by award-winning playwright Lauren Gunderson, all beauty queen Katherine needs to revolutionize the American government is the help of one ultra-conservative senator’s aide on the cusp of a career breakthrough, and one bleeding-heart liberal blogger who will do anything for her cause. Well, that and a semi-historically-accurate ether trip. Here’s lookin’ at you, America.
PONTYPOOL by Tony Burgess
Co Produced by Christy Bigelow, Gavin Hoffman & Pat Moran
Directed by Gavin Hoffman
In our current “fake news” culture, we are no strangers to questioning what we hear. When the sleepy town of Pontypool, Oregon is hit with a devastating epidemic that renders everyone speechless, a radio DJ must ask: Was it me? Based on the cult horror novel-turned-film-turned-radio play by Tony Burgess. (Yes, there will be blood.)
JESUS HOPPED THE ‘A’ TRAIN by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Co Produced by Beirut Wedding World Theatre
Directed by Jamie M. Rea
Angel Cruz, a bike messenger on trial for murder, spends twenty-three hours a day in lockdown. A brutal prison guard and sociopathic serial killer serve as his only sources of human contact, while a nearly disillusioned public defender compromises her ethics to champion Angel’s cause. Angel grapples with right, wrong, and everything in between in Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis’ frank and ferocious examination of the search for justice in an unjust society.