What the Constitution Means to Me
by Heidi Schreck
Assistant director to Marc Masterson
Playwright Heidi Schreck earned her college tuition and developed a deep love of the Constitution by winning debate competitions around the country as a teenager. All grown-up, her hilarious and optimistic new play reimagines how this living document served four different generations of women and what it will mean for the future of America.
by Jasmine Roth
J struggles to accept her father’s death when so much of their relationship feels unresolved. The journey of grief leads her to a metaphysical cactus garden, where she encounters her father and can finally ask him to teach her to paint, but will what she discovers in the garden help her to let go?
Commissioned by the New Hazlett Theatre
Carnegie Mellon University’s GSA/Provost GuSH Grant funding
was used to support this project
Developed in part at the Sable Project in Stockbridge, Vermont
A Doll's House
by Henrik Isben, an adaptation by Jasmine Roth
Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama
An all new adapatation, bringing Isben's radical play into present day.
This production is part of the Thesis rrequirement for the Master of Fine Arts in Directing from
Carnegie Mellon University
Caesar & the Cult Girls
by Jasmine Roth
with text from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
Five girls being raised in an extremist religious cult start reading Shakespeare's Julius Caesar just for fun. But when the play starts to mirror their own lives, they grapple with power, leadership and whether or not they'd kill Caesar.
This play is looking for a home for development