A series of seven plays representing the clash of American identities in the 21st century:
Molly Brant: A Play in Voice by Alan Steinberg — Native American Molly Brant’s attempts to motivate her tribe to hold on to their ancestral land.
The Miraculous Day Quartet by Mary Steelsmith — four people simultaneously tell their excuses for being late to the Twin Towers on Sept. 11
Here to Serve You — a darkly comic look at post-Sept. 11 paranoia.
Veils by Tom Coash — the story of two female Muslim college students sharing contrasting views about wearing a hijab.
Madrigal in Black and White by Patricia Montley — a comedy about two women who awkwardly develop a relationship, their alter-egos speaking from behind them and exploring social taboos related to race.
M/21 Bellevue by George Holets — a comedy/drama that takes place in New York City on the M/21 Bellevue bus line, exploring homosexual themes as a middle-class man reveals his inner conflict between his desire for his wife, and his crush on the male bus driver.
By Malik in the USA by Jen Sullivan Brych — a Lebanese immigrant gives a presentation on what he has learned in the United States and exposes the difficulties facing immigrants attempting to find their way in America.