This Mid-City theater regularly scoops up television and movie workhorse actors who aren’t busy filming, usually with stunning results. In five seasons, they’ve received 35 awards for excellence, adhering to their mission of introducing cutting edge new works to the city. The space is small, but that just adds to its charm. This theater is so reliable it’s not always even necessary to check what’s playing – just go.

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