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In the last of three Treehouse plays exploring the idea of "Home," hip-hop inspired playwright Idris Goodwin spins a classic American coming-of-age tale of three Midwestern teen rappers who have yet to discover the power of harmony over discord. Shortly after New Leaf began rehearsals for Idris' play, it was chosen to be part of the 2011 O'Neill Pl…
In the second of three Treehouse plays exploring the idea of "Home," Philadelphia playwright Greg Romero presents an enigmatic tale of the Great Depression as seen through memory, the struggle for family, and a young girl's vision of her world. Jessica Hutchinson directs.By New Leaf Theatre
In the first of three Treehouse plays exploring the idea of "Home," Theatre Seven Artistic Director Brian Golden delivers a story of a hometown and a history that two siblings can't quite live down. Jessica Hutchinson directs.By New Leaf Theatre
New Leaf presents a staged reading of a western by Aaron Weissman - featuring original music played by the dead, a corrupt sheriff, a brutal prospector, a gentle naturalist, and a father trying to protect his daughter and his land. Dan Stermer of Dog and Pony Theatre company directs.By New Leaf Theatre
The New Leaf Treehouse Reading series continues with a commissioned play by John Steinhagen inspired by memoirs of long-time residents of Lincoln Park, Chicago.By New Leaf Theatre
The New Leaf Treehouse Reading series continues with commissioned plays by Brandon Ray and Dan Rubin inspired by Geja's Cafe and the site of the Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago.By New Leaf Theatre
From Neo-Futurist Bilal Dardai comes an unproducable play inspired by the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago - a perfect kick-off to New Leaf's Treehouse Reading series.By New Leaf Theatre